Assistant Professor, Conor McGinn, with a piece published by The Conversation about the development of Stevie — Ireland’s first prototype robot for assisted care.
Late taoiseach knew respect for rule of law and stability essential for economy.
Lecturer in Strategy and Researcher in Aviation at Trinity, Padraic Regan, with an opinion piece published on The Conversation.
Jesse Dillon Savage, Assistant Professor of Global Politics at Trinity College Dublin and Jonathan Caverley, Associate Professor, US Naval War College advise that the US and the EU should be careful to consider what the military training they provide might one day amount to, in a piece published in the Conversation.
Lecturer in Strategy and Researcher in Aviation at Trinity, Padraic Regan, comments on a difficult week for Ryanair.
Research Fellow in the Centre for Health Policy and Management and co-ordinator of the Pathways to Universal Healthcare project, Sara Burke discuss ‘new politics’ in the context of Slaintecare and the pathway to universal healthcare in Ireland, with an opinion piece published in the Irish Indepenedent.
Histories of hurt and trauma link Ireland with two Koreas and may show way forward, according to Dr David Mitchell, Assistant Professor in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation, and Dr Dongjin Kim, Adjunct Assistant Professor at the Irish School of Ecumenics
PhD Candidate in Geography, Ricardo Reboredo, discusses the potential impact of building plans described by Chinese president Xi Jinping as the “project of the century”.
Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology at Trinity, Simon McCarthy-Jones, with an opinion piece published by The Conversation.
These airlines are in trouble due to economic failure, but their future is very much in the hands of political power, says Padraic Regan, Assistant Professor in Marketing and Strategy.