Wind Farms of Ireland

Wind Farms of Ireland

With daily reminders of the drastic impact of global warming and climate change on our planet, and the rising costs of electricity and fossil fuels, the renewable energy debate has never been so timely.  While our recent research for Wind Energy Ireland has shown that...
To jab or not to jab

To jab or not to jab

Despite being one of the most powerful public health tools available to modern medicine, vaccination participation has declined sharply in recent years across the wealthy developed world. This issue was sharply spotlighted during CoVID-19 and is likely to continue to...
Gender-sensitive transport provision

Gender-sensitive transport provision

After three years of research, innovation and evaluation, our TInnGO project shows how to make smart mobility more gender and diversity sensitive. Men and women have different transport needs; we do not need more studies telling us that women are afraid to travel...
REFOHCUS project

REFOHCUS project

Our first ‘in-person’ event after two years of WFH! It was great to attend the capstone event of the REFOHCUS project at the Museum of Literature and celebrate the success of the programme, and finally meet everyone involved. The REFOHCUS project was set...
New Formats for Forums

New Formats for Forums

  Getting back to work as a researcher in the ‘new-normal’ means becoming comfortable with alternatives to symposiums, forums and scholarly events. In the next two weeks, the Interactions Research staff will be participating in five different online events,...