Opinion

The scientist behind citizen science

June 30, 2016 0

Any number of definitions can be found for ‘citizen science’ but generally they are thought of as volunteers collecting scientific data which will be then used for research, conservation or management of species or groups. […]

Opinion

Predation in (Chest) Waders

March 18, 2016 1

I wasn’t quite sure what was expected from a predation research student at first; I soon found out it was the ability to laugh at oneself while chest deep in river water surrounded by cows. […]

Opinion

Artist canvasses for species

March 4, 2016 0

I have being doing the Endangered Dave project for a number of years now. My aim is to highlight the many species that are endangered or protected in Ireland, as well as the destructive practises […]

Opinion

Wading our way from one COP-out to another

February 5, 2016 2

The ins and outs of the COP21 Climate Agreement and where Ireland stands now? It was an Irishman in the mid-1800s, one of our most successful scientists and educators John Tyndall whom first established that […]

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