Science - Yesterday’s News
Science - Wednesday 18 January, 2017
The analysis found that atmospheric concentrations of both carbon dioxide and methane reached record levels.
Science - Tuesday 17 January, 2017
A new study analysed the rates of drinking during pregnancy by linking them with a condition caused by alcohol consumption.
Science - Saturday 14 January, 2017
There are no plans to phase out FM radio in Ireland, the Department of Communications has said.
This BT Young Scientist project suggests there are more people with this neurological condition than you might think.
‘Weekend warriors’ appear to lower their risk of dying about as much as people who exercise more regularly.
Science - Thursday 12 January, 2017
The HSE is recommending people get vaccinated, and if they have the flu, to stay in bed.
From skateboard equations to cancer research, the BT Young Scientist continues to break records and open doors.
Science - Wednesday 11 January, 2017
The study is only the second on the phenomenon of inter-species sex.
Science - Tuesday 10 January, 2017
No tsunami warnings have been issued.
Science - Monday 9 January, 2017
The material is one of nature’s strongest materials but it’s notoriously hard to farm.
Science - Saturday 7 January, 2017
The country has plans to get to Mars by 2020.
The mesentery is now being classified as a single structure.
Kildare scientist Dr Martin O’Leary told TheJournal.ie that it could lead to a rise of 10cm in sea levels worldwide.
Science - Friday 6 January, 2017
The cameras calculate car speed based on how long it takes motorists to get through the tunnel.
Some suffered vitamin deficiencies.
Science - Thursday 5 January, 2017
Data from Healthy Ireland reveals that 29% of smokers currently use e-cigarettes as an aid to quitting smoking.
New research confirms a criticised 2015 study which overturned results of a “pause” in oceanic warming.
The study found no link between traffic exposure and Parkinson’s disease or multiple sclerosis.
Science - Wednesday 4 January, 2017
The woman collapsed and suffered a seizure after consuming a number of herbal medicines, including valerian root.
New research says there is no solid evidence to support claims the drinks help prevent obesity.
Science - Tuesday 3 January, 2017
There may be biological reasons why pain feels more intense in the winter.
The Dublin Science Gallery’s “Collapse” exhibition will ask us some important questions in late-2017.
Science - Monday 2 January, 2017
The Science Gallery will be looking at a post-work world…
They may be easily distracted, but a new study shows that their recall ability may be deeper than previously thought.
Science - Sunday 1 January, 2017
Saturn, Venus and shooting stars are set to feature across Irish skies in 2017.
Make sure you’re aware of the possible risks before taking up e-cigarettes.
A new exhibition coming to Science Gallery Dublin in 2017 will invite visitors to use technology to create new music.
A rare condition can increase chance of a heart attack by 100 times if not detected.
Science - Saturday 31 December, 2016
“Data is the new oil,” Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich said last month.
More than 25% of all alcohol-attributable cancer cases related to breast cancer, a new study found.
Science - Wednesday 28 December, 2016
The clinic said there’s a chance the egg cells may have been fertilised by sperm other than that of the intended father.
Science - Tuesday 27 December, 2016
There are two things that you’ll need to know to make sure you’re more useful than robots – for at least another year.
Science - Monday 26 December, 2016
More research is needed, however.
Science - Sunday 25 December, 2016
What you put into your body has a big impact on longevity, it seems.
What’s really going on inside your body, as your eyes slowly close?
Science - Saturday 24 December, 2016
In the animal kingdom, anyway.
As the North Pole is made up completely of sea ice, it may mean that Santa Claus will have to transfer his operations elsewhere.
Science - Thursday 22 December, 2016
Forecasts based on things like moon cycles and the behaviour of animals simply aren’t scientific, Cusack says.
People’s emotional life improves significantly when they quit the social network for a week, a study found.
Science - Sunday 18 December, 2016
The abdominal thrust rescue, invented in 1974, is thought to have saved tens of thousands of lives.