Shubhangi Karmakar
  • Freelance writer

Doctor, Freelance Journalist across health, lifestyle, technology, features, opinion writing

Published In

businesspost.ie, thejournal.ie, Irish Tatler, image.ie, gcn.ie, medicalindependent.ie

Focus Areas

  • various

10 Articles
almost 3 years ago
trinitynews.ie

LGBTQ+ communities pay a hefty price for corporate pride – Trinity News

Fifty years on from the first parades, we still see echoes of their ardent call to liberation in Prides across the wo...

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over 3 years ago
businesspost.ie

Making security a matter of undivided attention

Dan Hegarty of HCS Business Solutions says his company’s primary weapon is its depth and range of IT security expertise

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almost 7 years ago
trinitynews.ie

Increased risk of dementia in people with Down Syndrome – Trinity News

Emerging research from a Trinity team has shown that those with Down Syndrome are more likely to develop dementia and...

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over 7 years ago
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Why societies are worth your while – Trinity News

This is not a sales pitch. Or perhaps, in fact, it is, though for which society in particular I haven’t quite decided...

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over 7 years ago
trinitynews.ie

college societies Archives – Trinity News

college societies Archives – Trinity News

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over 7 years ago
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Refreshers week Archives – Trinity News

Refreshers week Archives – Trinity News

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over 7 years ago
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Shubanghi Karmakar Archives – Trinity News

Shubanghi Karmakar Archives – Trinity News

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over 8 years ago
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Shubhangi Karmakar Archives – Trinity News

Shubhangi Karmakar Archives – Trinity News

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over 8 years ago
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TB breakthrough Archives – Trinity News

TB breakthrough Archives – Trinity News

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over 8 years ago
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Trinity researchers provide breakthrough in treatment of tuberculosis – Trinity News

It remains one of the largest killers worldwide, with 1.5m people killed by TB in 2014

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