How is our perception of bacteria influenced by the aims and desires of the manufacturers of cleaning products, asks Norah Campbell, Trinity College Dublin and Cormac Deane, Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology.
How can we save crucial video evidence of war crimes which is being deleted by the social media platforms that are hosting them, asks Roisin Costello, PhD Candidate, School of Law, in a piece for The Conversation.
Despite the hype from some in the UK, very few observers expected a Brexit breakthrough at the EU’s Salzburg summit on September 20, writes Dr Etain Tannam in a piece for The Conversation.
The powerful urge we get to regain a lost or threatened freedom, even at great cost, is formally called “reactance” but I call it the “Braveheart effect, writes Simon McCarthy-Jones, Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology.
Fáinche Ryan, Assistant Professor in Systematic Theology assesses the challenges for the Irish people in the aftermath of the papal visit in a piece published by The Conversation.
Professor of International Finance and Commodities at Trinity, Brian Lucey, with a jointly written opinion piece published by The Conversation.
An article, written by Postdoctoral Researcher, Derina Johnson, and published by The Conversation, focusing on the plight of the many stateless young people in the world.
Doctoral Researcher in Classics, Ellen Finn, with an article published by The Conversation around the ethics of the “meme-ification” of the dead and our own often abstract perception of death and dying.
Human interest in space peaked during the course of the Space Race during the Cold War between the Soviet Union and the USA.
This opinion piece, written by Professor David Mitchell, and published by The Conversation, considers what should happen before the island of Ireland considers unity.