Researchers have established a ‘one-stop’ health surveillance, multidisciplinary clinic for children with Down syndrome.
Research showed that having higher levels of fear about dementia was associated with reporting more memory lapses and a lower quality of life.
A new animated video has been released to introduce the concept of Natural Capital Accounting to the farming community and agri-food industry.
New TILDA study outlines greater need for mental health support to tackle ‘wish to die’.
The project will advance research into the use of digital health technologies for chronic disease self-management and builds on a previously awarded H2020 project.
The results suggest that bees and other beneficial insects are at risk of exposure to contaminants in their food across a range of managed habitats – not just in agricultural settings.
Geologists have developed a new theory about the state of Earth billions of years ago after examining the very old rocks formed in the Earth’s mantle below the continents.
Cold Spray enables the formation of coatings, typically metallic, over a substrate material. The technique has a wide array of applications and is used to create components on space shuttles and everyday items.
Researchers from the School of Medicine carried out the study alongside a research team from Children’s Health Ireland (CHI) at Tallaght University Hospital.
A new book – ‘Working Together for Biodiversity: Tales from the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan 2015-2020’ – has been launched today to showcase numerous heartening success stories of actions for conserving pollinators across Ireland. The book, launched by Minister of State for Heritage and Electoral Reform, Malcolm Noonan, marks the conclusion of the first phase of […]