A blood cancer biobank is an invaluable tool for researchers looking for better treatments to combat these diseases
A clearer explanation of the proposed move to academia is required to ensure continuing trust in how research is funded
The new digitised yellow sliotar has come through a rigorous set of tests over the last few years
By encouraging sustainability-friendly research together with the promotion of 'Green lab' certification, research laboratories are the focus of a much needed sustainability culture change.
Cousins of the common woodlice were crawling around on Irish land as long as 360 million years ago
A new project is using scenario planning to look at various futures which could await Europe and the EU
Offshore research expeditions are discovering new findings about Ireland's cold-water corals in the Atlantic
With their sampling errors and shy voters, opinion polls are not perfect and come with an element of 'buyer beware'
Images taken by satellites can inform us about plant growth and how this varies with climate events
Feeding the insatiable need and demand for "covidata" is presenting researchers with new challenges
Meet the wipe that can effectively remove bacteria, viruses, fungi and biological toxins from surfaces
Why do we delay seeking a diagnosis for changes in cognitive and thinking abilities in ourselves and others?
New research has shown the potential of sawdust to remove antibiotics like penicillin from water
While there are many suspects, no-one quite knows yet what causes motor neurons to die in motor neurone disease
Inside the fascinating world of figuring out what genes named Tinman, Ken and barbie and C5orf30 actually do
Laika the dog and Albert the monkey are a stark reminder about responsibilities around ethical research with animals
The effect of daily social media use on levels of life satisfaction is more negative in countries which are the most economically developed
Vaccines are considered the gold standard in healthcare and if delivered correctly would lead to eradication of hepatitis C, so why hasn't it happened yet?
We're hard-wired to believe that direct eye contact makes someone trustworthy, but it can be a sign of something much darker
Horse racing makes extraordinary psychological and physiological demands on jockeys which impact hugely on their health
New research highlights how factors other than geographic proximity are particularly important for students
DCU research students were invited to capture their research in a single image. Here are some examples of their work.
Some snakebites can prove to be more lethal than others because of diet, size and environment
Plastic waste is a huge problem and there is a growing interest in how to create high value materials from recycled plastic