How well do criminal justice systems treat survivors of sexual violence? The answer is not only important to survivors. It also signals to society how sexual violence should be viewed, says Simon McCarthy-Jones, Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology.
Professor of International Finance and Commodities at Trinity, Brian Lucey, contributes to a lively discussion on Bitcoin in The Conversation’s Anthill podcast.
PhD Researcher in Classics, Ellen Finn, with a piece published by The Conversation, in which she discusses eal-world tomb raiding.
Assistant Professor in Chinese History, Isabella Jackson, with an opinion piece published by The Conversation.
A new book published this week by Harvard psychologist, Steven Pinker, argues that the use of reason when making decisions is “non-negotiable”. Unfortunately, trying to tell people they must do something can backfire, says Simon McCarthy-Jones, Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology
A gloom has settled on Northern Ireland. After 13 months of negotiations to restore a power-sharing government, there is still no prospect of agreement, but there are still reasons to be optimistic, says David Mitchell, Assistant Professor in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, writing for The Conversation.
Writing for The Conversation, Assistant Professor of Ethical Business, Tanusree Jain, explains why flexible regulation and healthy competition is needed.
Professor Balz Kamber and Dr Teresa Ubide explain how eruption histories are ‘recorded’ in crystals within magma in each and every volcano.
Politicians should talk with the local communities who will be most affected when drawing up plans, says Sheila Cannon, Assistant Professor of Social Entrepreneurship.
Lab-grown meat is being hailed as the solution to the factory farming of animals. There is, however, a major problem with lab-grown meat: a moral problem, according to Ben Bramble, Assistant Professor of Philosophy