Science - Today’s News
Supermarket branch will use food waste to make methane gas and generate enough electricity to power the store.
Science - Yesterday’s News
An Irish support group has asked couples not to panic about a recent study.
It’s designed to help doctors on the ground in remote parts of Africa.
Science - Monday 21 July, 2014
It was one small step for man, one giant leap for media coverage.
Science - Sunday 20 July, 2014
The results could be used to better plan forestry in future.
Your body is a temple, son. Not a toy.
Science - Friday 18 July, 2014
These scientists carried out a study to understand why people sacrifice leisure to work and earn more than they need.
It’s not as funny as it sounds.
Doyouthinktheysaurus? Yes. Yes they did.
A new study shows that going on Facebook can only have a negative impact on your mood, regardless of what you look at.
Science - Thursday 17 July, 2014
A new study by an Australian university has used night time light to establish that economic activity gravitates towards the birth places of political leaders.
The Rosetta probe is due to land on the comet in November – and its latest pictures suggest it is made of two distinct parts.
The Irish Whale and Dolphin Group are making the most of the fine weather today, as they set off on their mission to survey the dolphin population in the North West
Science - Wednesday 16 July, 2014
Apparently the internet and the media push portrayals of certain types of attractiveness. Who knew?
Science - Monday 14 July, 2014
We thankfully don’t have any nasty sharks in Irish waters, but even if we did, we wouldn’t need to get worked up about it.
Researchers say the long-held belief in the health benefits of light drinking may have been flawed.
Science - Sunday 13 July, 2014
People report strange memories, dreams, or even visions after being in a coma. But that’s not always the case.
UCD has previously worked on a light flexible robot arm concept for an ESA Mars rover mission.
Science - Friday 11 July, 2014
Those poor poor researchers.
Space junk from a Russian rocket lit up the Australian sky.
The news is a setback to hopes that very early treatment with powerful HIV drugs might reverse the infection.
Researchers in India and the UK recommended a dose of IPV be added to vaccination programmes in polio-endemic countries.
Science - Thursday 10 July, 2014
The man is still alive but the dog died after contracting pneumonic plague.
New study finds that over-exposure to the media could have a serious impact on your mood
Astronauts aboard the International Space Station have posted photos of Typhoon Neoguri
A few weeks into orbit, the LightSail’s wings will expand, making it visible from Earth.
The remarkable event was filmed by NASA’s Solar Dynamic Observatory.
Studies indicate smiling plays a key role in our social dynamics, but can you tell a fake from the real thing?
Science - Wednesday 9 July, 2014
The US says it is carefully weighing the ethics of the experiments.
An EU ‘kite-mark’ certification for online purchasing of medicines came into effect on July 1.
Science - Tuesday 8 July, 2014
World health authorities had believed the only samples left of the disease were safely and securely stored away.
ESB-led renewable energy project aims to generate electricity by 2018.
They have four years to spend it all (sorry – complete their studies)
Raju the elephant was rescued last week by UK charity Wildlife SOS.
Scientists found they could predict the beginning of Alzheimer’s with 87% accuracy.
Who are the Viking tour going to shout at now?
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