Tag Archives: The Irish Times

The Irish time lords unlocking the secrets of our past

Scientists have become time travellers by finding new ways to recreate conditions from the past, sometimes using techniques that sound more like science fiction than science fact. Continue reading

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Week 3, Day 4 at The Irish Times: The Shads of Killarney

Today was my second-to-last day in the newsroom at The Irish Times. I’ll be back in Galway from Monday morning, with lectures on Tuesday. I’ll be going to the British Science Festival in Newcastle, UK, on Saturday 7th and meeting … Continue reading

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Week 3, Day 3, The Irish Times

Here, I’m continuing with an account of my experience as a British Science Association media fellow at The Irish Times. Week 3, Day 3 went well. The Science Editor and I worked on a report on the growth of ‘mini … Continue reading

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Page one spread on The Irish Times

My report on climate change made it on to page one of the newspaper today. That was a great thrill! It was also previewed last night on Tonight with Vincent Browne on TV3 and on It Says In The Papers on Morning … Continue reading

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