Science - Yesterday’s News
Science - Yesterday’s News
New research has tracked growth trends across 200 countries for the past 100 years.
Science - Sunday 24 July, 2016
These dinosaurs walked on two legs, bore large sickle-shaped toe claws and were fast, agile, smart – and greedy.
The painful issues caused by the mistakes included swelling and erectile dysfunction.
Science - Saturday 23 July, 2016
A big promise. Delivered.
The authors found viewers judged people who were perceived as overly bragging about themselves, their looks, or their accomplishments as less trustworthy.
Science - Wednesday 20 July, 2016
It is expected that a new drugs pricing pact will save the state almost €200 million a year.
Science - Tuesday 19 July, 2016
Meanwhile, new statistics show that 122 people died from drowning last year.
The Resource Prospector project aims to be the first mining expedition on another world.
Science - Sunday 17 July, 2016
So ‘bird-brain’ is quite an unfair slur, really.
Science - Friday 15 July, 2016
Major new study says jails hothouse infectious diseases, which are then passed on to the wider community.
Science - Thursday 14 July, 2016
Harry took the test as part of efforts to reduce stigma around testing.
Skin cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer worldwide.
Science - Sunday 10 July, 2016
David Smyth had been missing since last week.
It suggests the drug “hijacks” the rewards system.
Boolean Pythagorean Triples is a long-unsolved enigma within a field called Ramsey Theory
Science - Saturday 9 July, 2016
The worrying study found that the criminals can rate an individual’s vulnerability based on their gait. .
The 35-year-old man infected 82 people including other patients, healthcare workers and visitors.
Science - Thursday 7 July, 2016
Dr Marc Ó Gríofa is going on a NASA mission to the bottom of the sea.
Science - Tuesday 5 July, 2016
Study published in Nutrition and Diabetes finds that enjoying pasta ‘according to individuals’ needs’ contributes to a healthy BMI, thinner waists and better waist-hip ratio.
“Juno, welcome to Jupiter.”
At a centre in Seoul, devastated pet owners are ‘reunited’ with a twin of their deceased animal.
Science - Saturday 2 July, 2016
A survey from Cardiff University School of Dentistry found 89% of children consume the drinks, with 68% doing so regularly.
Science - Friday 1 July, 2016
The rare species has just recently been described in a science journal.
New Irish-based research proves conclusively that taking certain natural supplements can sharpen already healthy eyesight.
Science - Sunday 26 June, 2016
“It was a surprising result which is difficult to explain,” the lead author of the study said.
Science - Saturday 25 June, 2016
Take a step back, mams and dads.
Homeowners are going after the gelatinous pests before they have a chance to grow and multiply.
Science - Thursday 23 June, 2016
TD Michael Fitzmaurice says a patient can’t get the device he needs to save his leg from being amputated.
Science - Tuesday 21 June, 2016
The numbers employed in the space industry here are set to double to over 1,000 according to the agency.
A man with psychiatric problems was arrested.
Science - Sunday 12 June, 2016
Science - Saturday 11 June, 2016
They should stay out of the way, a new research paper says.
The foghorns have been blasting in Dublin this week – causing a red mist to descend for some residents.
Science - Thursday 9 June, 2016
Those in less-well-off situations have a 120% higher incidence rate of cervical cancer.
New research found one particular drug is linked to an increased risk of suicidal thoughts.
Science - Wednesday 8 June, 2016
New research says driving while talking on a hands-free device can be as distracting as using a hand-held phone.
Science - Monday 6 June, 2016
British girls receive an average of 77 pence less than boys.
Science - Sunday 5 June, 2016
“People everywhere seem to have this deep-seated intuition that ill people are unfortunate and deserve to be helped.”