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Launch of New Centre for Excellence in Ageing and Intellectual Disability
More than 150 people with intellectual disabilities, their families and carers gathered in Trinity for the official opening of the new Trinity Centre for Excellence in Ageing and Intellectual Disability and to celegrate ten years of their participation in a longitudinal study on ageing for people with intellectual disability.
New pollinator guidelines aim to get Ireland’s farmland buzzing again
The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan’s ‘Farmland Guidelines: Actions to help Pollinators’ offer evidence-based actions farmers can take to help protect bees and their own livelihoods.
New evidence supports the case for universal healthcare
New research by Trinity College Dublin healthcare experts has suggested that the full introduction of the Sláintecare model of universal healthcare would fundamentally change the funding of healthcare in Ireland with the share of household out of pocket payments falling from 15.4% currently to 8.5% in 2027.
From Strabane to Seoul: Peacemaking in Ireland and Korea
Borders and peacemaking in Ireland and Korea was the focus of an international conference hosted by the Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin in the Ulster Museum, Belfast on 18th and 19th of September, 2017.
New project will develop light-activated molecules to fight cancer and infection
A new Horizon 2020 project aims to improve treatment options for cancer patient. Uniquely, it will also fund 10 PhD students who will study at different universities and work with industry partners.
Scientists discover the engine that powers cancer-killing NK cells
The engine used by cancer-killing ‘Natural Killer’ cells is turned on by a protein called Srebp, which can be blocked by certain sterols like cholesterol.
Trinity students and alumni share their Trinity experience stories, which helped shape their lives
Using production techniques like drone and time-lapse filming, we were able to present the campus, both old and new, in ways that have never before been done. While we can never hope to capture the scale of what happens in Trinity every day, we believe this film tries to capture some elements of what makes Trinity unique.