Trinity College, The University of Dublin

  • Trinity Engineers Design Next-Generation Aircraft to Reduce Noise Pollution and Decrease our Carbon Footprint
    The School of Engineering in Trinity is coordinating three EU projects with a combined budget of €5.4 million, which will improve the way we fly around Europe.
  • Over 10,000 sign up for Trinity College Dublin’s first MOOC
    ‘Irish Lives in War and Revolution: Exploring Ireland's history 1912-1923’, Trinity’s Massive Open Online Course, run in partnership with FutureLearn, begins on September 1.
  • Trinity is Ranked Number One in Ireland by Shanghai Academic Ranking of World Universities
    It has moved to 151-200 in the world in 2014 compared with 201-250 in 2013, an increase of up to 50 places and the highest ever score of any Irish university in this ranking.
  • 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.
  • 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.