The wonderful flora of Ireland is featured in five-minute videos, each of which puts the spotlight on five species living in one of the country’s many varied habitats.
The study is the first to demonstrate significant improvements in MAFLD using an exercise-only intervention, without clinically significant weight loss.
Some volcanoes hide chemically diverse magmas in their underground plumbing systems – including some with the potential to generate sudden explosive activity.
Understanding how white dwarfs explode gives a more precise understanding of how iron is created and distributed throughout the Universe.
Researchers are looking at how an approach, already being tested in patients with COVID-19, could also be used in the fight against TB.
Prof. Doug Leith and Dr Stephen Farrell at the School of Computer Science and Statistics have issued a new report concluding that user privacy is not protected adequately in COVID-19 tracking apps.
A new survey of primary-school parents has provided a unique insight into parents’ experiences and concerns about home learning as a result of COVID-19.
Scientists have shown the tasty new pasta made from chickpeas greatly improves the environmental sustainability and nutritional quality of one of humanity’s most popular food chains.
The research suggests that therapies focusing on brain energy metabolism may offer new routes to mitigating delirium, which is particularly common in the elderly and in those hospitalised with COVID-19.
The fellowship awards were announced by the Health Research Board.