Writing for The Conversation, Trinity’s Professor Brendan Browne responds to the so-called “deal of the century” for Israel-Palestine “peace” unveiled in Washington this week.
It can be hard to include exercise in our busy lives, despite the best of intentions. There are a lot of reasons people don’t exercise, and a lot of misconceptions about exercise. Here are nine common misconceptions about exercise and what research actually tells us.
Ruth Byrne from Trinity College Dublin and Kinga Morsanyi, from Queen’s University Belfast explore new insights into the autistic mind and what it’s like to have autism.
The question of whether it is genes or environment that largely shapes human behaviour has been debated for centuries. During the second half of the 20th century, there were two camps of scientists – each believing that nature or nurture, respectively, was exclusively at play.
By the seaside in Gaza City. Yaser Alashqar, Author provided Yaser Alashqar, Trinity College Dublin In his latest update to the UN Security Council in late October, Nicolay Mlandenov, the UN’s special coordinator for the Middle East peace process, warned that as the occupation of Palestinian land continues and a two-state solution moves further away: […]
Ageing is inevitable and is influenced by many things – but keeping active can slow ageing and increase life expectancy.
The route to success in the space tourism industry is bound to be a wild ride and Branson is hoping his first mover advantage will bring healthy returns in the long run.
Research is revealing the negative impacts of eating alone, which has been found to be linked to a variety of mental and physical health conditions.
Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies, Aneta St?pie?, with an opinion piece published by The Conversation.
Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neurophysiology Simon McCarthy explores freedom of thought as it stands at a critical crossroads.