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Scientists create luminescent gels with multitude of applications from counterfeiting to bio-sensing

15-Jun-2022

Scientists from Trinity College Dublin have taken inspiration from nature to create luminescent, self-healing gels with a suite of potential applications ranging from bank note counterfeiting to next-gen bio-sensing and imaging. Crucially, the scientists have been able to introduce guanosine (a ...

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Scientists create 3D-printed, microscopic gas sensors - painters’ pallets without even a hint of pigment

"The tiny responsive arrays, which are smaller than a freckle, can be used to tell us an enormous amount about the chemistry of their environment”

22-Sep-2021

Scientists from Trinity College Dublin and AMBER, the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research, have discovered a way to fabricate tiny colour-changing gas sensors using new materials and a high-resolution form of 3D printing. The sensors – responsive, printed, ...

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Major breakthrough identifies new mechanism for the development of schizophrenia

12-Oct-2017

Scientists from Trinity College Dublin and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) have discovered that abnormalities of blood vessels in the brain may play a major role in the development of schizophrenia, a debilitating condition that affects around 1% of people in Ireland. The network ...

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2017 WITec Paper Award for Outstanding Scientific Publications

29-Jun-2017

From nearly 60 submissions for the 2017 WITec Paper Award, our jury selected the three best publications. They were written by scientists from Ireland, Portugal and Germany who used WITec correlative confocal Raman microscopes to study transition metal dichalcogenides, textile fibers and cement. ...

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New discovery may lead to new class of allergy drugs

Research identifies eotaxin as a novel drug target

02-Feb-2009

If you've ever wondered why some allergic reactions progress quickly and may even become fatal, a new research report published in the Journal of Leukocyte Biology provides an important part of the answer. In the report, scientists from Queen's University of Belfast, University of Oxford and ...

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