Science - Yesterday’s News
These are not your usual tourist traps – these are hidden gems for Dubliners in the know.
Science - Yesterday’s News
Photos of Pizza show the polar bear lying listlessly in a gloomy, windowless room while visitors crowd around with phones.
Science - Friday 23 September, 2016
The DCU research concentrated on the health of moderately fit and unfit transition-year students in the greater Dublin area.
Science - Thursday 22 September, 2016
Rob Bredl, 66, was bitten by the 4.5-metre crocodile at an Australian wildlife park in Queensland.
Separately, BioPharma Engineering is creating 70 new jobs at its Dublin and Cork offices over the next three years.
Science - Tuesday 20 September, 2016
Almost half of the women screened, who had contact with the virus, showed no signs of infection after.
The proposals mean 200 exhibits in the the old north wing of the NCH will connect to the Real Tennis building by a tunnel.
Science - Monday 19 September, 2016
The site will feature Europe’s first eco-friendly prefab ‘KUBio’ facility, which allow Co2 emissions to be reduced by 75%, and water and energy use by around 80%.
Science - Sunday 18 September, 2016
A study of mice suggests so.
Science - Friday 16 September, 2016
“It gives the public an opportunity to see what is happening, even out in the middle of the ocean.”
Science - Thursday 15 September, 2016
The Hinkley Point project had been thrown into doubt but it will go ahead.
Science - Wednesday 14 September, 2016
Farmers and environmentalists are not pleased.
A person was treated as recently as last week, the BBC has reported.
The area around their facility was surrounded by ten adult bears, and several cubs.
Buckle up – we’re going to tell you.
A baby mouse has been produced with a type of cell that’s not an egg.
Science - Tuesday 13 September, 2016
How the sugar-trafficking food industry paid scientists to tell us fat, not sugar, was the real problem
Researchers, funded by the food industry, overstated the importance of fat and cholesterol, while downplaying studies on sugar, new documents show.
Science - Monday 12 September, 2016
The Beipanjiang Bridge soars 565 metres above the river below.
Science - Sunday 11 September, 2016
An ongoing online campaign against in-school vaccinations is not based on scientific evidence, and is contradicted by volumes of it.
However, cost could be an issue.
Science - Saturday 10 September, 2016
The planet’s layered geologic past is shown in new color images returned by the unmanned rover, which is exploring lower Mount Sharp.
But happy music.
It’s hoped that boosting the population of oysters will protect the city from future storms.
Science - Tuesday 6 September, 2016
Minister for Social Protection Leo Varadkar told TheJournal.ie that long waiting times have unfortunately been the norm for decades in Ireland.
“In the context of grieving, because it’s easier to make a posting on an internet page, it’s often a kind of phoney impression.”
Science - Friday 2 September, 2016
The new method involves using 3D printing to build cartilage which has been proven to help bone growth.
Science - Thursday 1 September, 2016
“It is too simplistic to say eat less, move more and the weight will come off,” said lead researcher Professor Donal O’Shea.
Science - Wednesday 31 August, 2016
Ireland has the third-highest rate of deaths from overdose in Europe.
There have been a number of calls for cannabis to be legalised in Ireland for medical reasons.
New research shows people often make a “moral judgment” based on facial expressions.
Science - Monday 29 August, 2016
It’s about seeing how astronauts would survive during long-term space travel.
The drive will bring the number of people employed at medical devices company Vistamed to over 500.
Science - Sunday 28 August, 2016
Global warming means that cruising the Northwest Passage is now a reality.
Science - Thursday 25 August, 2016
The robot is the first of its kind and could lead to future soft robots that could perform tasks traditional robots can’t access.
Science - Wednesday 24 August, 2016
Research from the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) suggests that people who commute for long periods of time are potentially “shortening their lives”.
Named Proxima b, the planet is in a temperate zone compatible with the presence of liquid water – a key ingredient for life.
Science - Sunday 21 August, 2016
Obesity has reached epidemic proportions globally, affecting approximately 600 million people worldwide.
The synthetic drug, PZM21, also does not produce addiction.
Earlier this month the Department of Health confirmed that they are preparing for a bid to bring the EMA to Ireland.
Science - Saturday 20 August, 2016
A new UCC-based project has been looking into the mysteries of what our forefathers ate each day.