Trinity’s Professor Louis Brennan, who has studied the business of space for some time, features in this podcast about the current space race and its wider implications.
Luxembourg sees the business of space as one of its future engines of economic development and prosperity, according to Professor Louis Brennan.
We need a food revolution, argue the authors of the piece, who feel processed-food producers can sometimes paint a false picture of supposed improvements.
Blockchain could help stamp out hate, allow you to vote with your phone, stop tech companies selling your data, and ensure you never forget another password.
A fascinating piece published by The Conversation, featuring contributions by Associate Professors in Marketing at Trinity, Norah Campbell and Sarah Browne.
An opinion piece by Professor David Mitchell, around the success of the Alliance Party of Northern Ireland, published by The Conversation.
by Martin Fellenz, Associate Professor in Organisational Behaviour, School of Business Brexit increasingly looks like a train crash in slow motion. Watching the British parliament going through consecutive Brexit votes, however, only to end up back where it started, is more like an ever repeating loop of the moments just before and after impact. If […]
The UK’s no-deal tariff plan was viewed in Dublin as a way to scare Brexiteers into supporting Theresa May’s deal, says Dr Etain Tannam, in this comment piece for The Conversation.
Donald Trump’s use of humiliation could have catastrophic consequences, explains Simon McCarthy-Jones, Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology, in this piece for The Conversation.
No single film dominated the 2019 Academy Awards as in some years, but arguably Netflix emerges as the winner, says Prof Louis Brennan and Dr Paul Lyons in this piece for The Conversation.