Simon McCarthy-Jones, Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology, says that the concept of schizophrenia has been fatally wounded by psychiatry, the very profession that once sustained it.
Jane Feeney, PhD candidate, says Colombia is the second most biodiverse country in the world, but over the past half century it has also been home to a brutal civil war, inflicting death and displacement on its citizens, with negative repercussions on its natural environment.
Assistant Professor in International Peace Studies, Carlo Aldrovandi says the summer crisis in Jerusalem makes it clear that a major conflagration in Israel-Palestine could just happen.
Lecturer in Strategy and Researcher in Aviation at Trinity, Padraic Regan, feels Brexit may spell trouble for aeroplane passengers unless an aviation agreement is prioritised.
Associate Professor in Human Resources and Organisational Behaviour at Trinity, says that ‘purposeful’ leaders with a strong moral compass have the biggest impact on colleagues.
Lecturer in French History, Linda Kiernan, with an opinion piece published on The Conversation.
Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology at Trinity, Simon McCarthy-Jones, argues that we shouldn’t feel afraid to talk about these experiences — which are surprisingly common.
Research Assistant in Manufacturing Research Engineering at Trinity, Jeff Morgan, believes that it is up to us to make sure the ‘robot workforce’ works for us — freeing us up to focus more on business development and creative science.
Assistant Professor of Ethical Business at Trinity, Tanusree Jain, wonders whether Whole Foods will be able to retain its ‘conscious capitalism’.
A fact-check piece co-authored by Associate Professor in Civil and Mechanical Engineering, Aonghus McNabola, which underlines that older diesel vehicles are more damaging to human health than their petrol counterparts.