Ed Lavelle

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Teagasc research officer Dr Kieran Meade: “We are activating the cells in the innate immune system and training it to be fitter and faster in its response to diseases.”

A ground-breaking research project funded by Teagasc could result in dramatic improvements in the health of newborn calves. Teagasc research officer D(...)

Some of the winners of the Bridge Network Invention of the Year Awards: Prof Cian Ó Mathúna; Dr Kieran Meade and Aleksandra Augustyniak. Photograph: Cathal Noonan

A long-life smartphone battery; imaging technology that offers faster cancer results ; a new babies’ vaccine and a new skin-ageing treatment were amon(...)

Prof Ken Murphy: ‘I’m a sceptic by nature, so I think almost everything is overhyped. But over time, I’ve learned to keep my mouth shut and stay focused on the science.’

Your work looks at how our immune systems can be ready for different types of attack. Can you tell us a bit more about this? The immune system has a (...)

Immunotherapies have been a major focus of cancer research in recent years

Dublin drug development company Inflection Biosciences has signed a research deal with Trinity College. The start-up is working on a new approach to b(...)