Trinity College, The University of Dublin
Start-up Entrepreneurs Graduate from Trinity’s Business Incubator ‘LaunchBox’
One of the teams has already secured investor funding, less than three months after developing a concept under guidance from business experts.
3,300 Places Offered to Prospective Students to Study at Trinity
Points for courses at the University show strong demand in 2014, reflecting the popularity of Trinity degrees.
Major Breakthrough in Admissions led by Trinity
Trinity trialled for the first time a new admissions model for three of its most popular courses.
New Irish Research Sheds Light on How Aspirin Works to Reduce Cancer Deaths
Women taking prescribed aspirin were less likely to have cancer spread to their lymph nodes and were less likely to die from the disease.
Irish Researchers Create Wearable Sensors Using Rubber Bands
World-first graphene-rubber sensors could be used in medicine, automotive and aeronautical industries, or as an early warning system for cot death and sleep apnoea.
Children’s Research Centre hosts International Summer School in Child and Youth Welfare
The Children’s Research Centre (CRC) at Trinity College Dublin hosted 27 students and staff from Israel, Russia, Ireland and Germany at a week-long Summer School as part of the EU Tempus Project.