Sthenurines: the largest of the species could grow to an estimated 240kg

Did extinct Sthenurines stride rather than hop at low speeds?

A microscopic view of bacteria in the digestive system

Changing the day/night rhythms of mice leads to fluctuations in the rhythms of their gut microbes too

From left, Gerard Scully, Angela Doyle and Nicholas Nolan, participants in the chronic illness exercise rehabilitation programmes at DCU.

The Pathway system tracks participants’ movements and provides feedback during exercise sessions

‘Blood Vessels’ by Charlie Murphy

Some people ‘will love’ an upcoming exhibition about blood and ‘some will find it pretty tough’

A new website and app called Hello Brain, developed by researchers at Trinity College Dublin, offers suggestions for daily conditioning tips or “brain buffs”

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A study is hooking up native Irish speakers with a portable ultrasound device that can capture how their tongue movements correspond with saying consonants in their broad and slender forms

The consonant sounds of the Irish language may be under threat, and are being documented for posterity

William Rowan Hamilton

The annual Hamilton Walk celebrates a famous Irish ‘Eureka’ moment

Tissue bank: researchers can apply to use the banked tissue and data to help develop more effective ways to diagnose and treat the relevant condition

Biobanking makes donated human tissue accessible for research, so why isn’t more of it being done?

Dr Pete Klimley in action

Pete Klimley believes that white sharks – the type portrayed in the film Jaws – do not like to eat humans because we don’t have en(...)

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