The NHS may soon be using lab-grown blood to treat patients. Credit@Lori Greig

New blood

The UK’s National Health Service (NHS) has announced the first trial to give synthetic blood to human volunteers. Scientists are aiming to explore a number of ways to develop synthetic blood in the lab. One avenue may be to artificially produce blood substitutes that may be donated to any patient in need, regardless of blood    ... more

A rally in support of the 'Yes' campaign and marriage equality. Credit@Alison McDonnell www.alisonmcdonnell.com

The evolution of morality in marriage

The Republic of Ireland became the first country to legalise same-sex marriage through direct popular vote when the country    ... more

Daniel Sturridge scored Liverpool's second just 12 minutes after his substitution, returning from over five months on the sidelines. credit@LFC via Twitter

Encouraging return for star forward

Back on the Anfield turf following five months on the sidelines, Daniel Sturridge excelled on his return to Liverpool's    ... more

The ‘Friendly Wi-Fi’ scheme was designed at the request of the Prime Minister to keep children and young people safe online when they use public Wi-Fi. credit@Lucélia Ribeiro via flickr.co.uk

Creative and secure platform

An innovative new partnership has been announced to keep children safe from online securities. Manchester based, Social Enterprise Engage    ... more

McMahon's "Hummingbird and Yellow Things"Credit @Rob Cable - Cable Images

The unique talent of McMahon

McMahon may have been one of Ireland’s proudest musical exports last year. With his debut single, ‘Deep Down’ topping    ... more

Chorus, Arcylic on Canvas, 2014. Credit@ Neeraj Goswami, Sanchit Art Gallery

Modern artistic visions

Art15 is moving into its third edition this May in Kensington Olympia. The aim is to stage in 150    ... more

Sea salt is a beneficial aspect to the diet in more ways than one. Credit@healthcareaboveall

A savoury new ideal

Sea salt, produced by the evaporation of sea water bespeaks of a more natural state. While far from aiding the    ... more

The Photon House is a proposed innovation hub and logical conclusion to the new agenda in the Built Environment created by the scientific outcomes of the Photon Research. credit@www.thephotonproject.org

A window into a future market

UK start-up company the Photon Project has announced its plan to launch the Photon Space, the world’s first intelligent all-glass    ... more

There needs to be more girl playing football!

Girls putting more of a kick into football!

By Yasmin Giannini, aged 9 years old Wednesday 25th March saw the prestigious London Youth Games held at the    ... more

Thailand's New Years celebrations. credit@echo0101viaflickr

A wave of celebrations splashing into the New Year

The Songkran festival is celebrated in Thailand as the traditional New Year's Day from 13 to 15th April. The    ... more

Karst landforms have given rise to some of Earth's most picturesque landscapes, such as the Lijiang River in Guilin, China. Credit@Chensiyuan

Might still waters run deep?

Saturn’s moon Titan beholds vast seas and lakes brimming with liquid hydrocarbons, however what causes this has proven a    ... more

Ireland Cricket.Credit@Creativecommonsviaflickr.com

Irish form promising for cricket

In 2012 Cricket Ireland’s Chief Executive Warren Deutrom set forth the ambition for the national cricket team, who may    ... more