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New research shows link between hearing loss and dementia
People with age-related hearing loss had an increased risk for cognitive decline including executive function, processing speed and episodic memory, as well as cognitive impairment and dementia.
ERC awards will support genetics and immunology research
Professor Aoife McLysaght and Dr David Finlay's won prestigious ERC Consolidator Awards, which will help them expand their research teams.
The two Koreas have tried to make peace before – and they could do so again
As the war of words between Washington and Pyongyang gets ever more lurid, it’s easy to forget that North and South Korea have made serious efforts to defrost their relationship before, explains Dong Jin Kim, Research Fellow, Irish School of Ecumenics.
TILDA report gives unique insight into end of life experiences of older people
A new study released today by the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) at Trinity College Dublin provides a deep and important understanding of the end-of-life experience of older adults in Ireland. The report examines issues such as where TILDA participants died, which services and care they received and their quality of life, health and disability leading up to their death.
Time of day affects severity of autoimmune disease
Understanding the interplay between 24-hour day-night cycles and the immune system may help inform drug-targeting strategies to alleviate autoimmune disease.
Global ICT leader Huawei announces research partnership with Trinity
At the event at Trinity, Guo Ping, Huawei Deputy Chairman & Rotating CEO, also announced the expansion of the company’s Cork R&D operation.
Honorary Degrees 2017 - Winter Commencements
View the honorary degree candidates, Irish rugby player, Brian O’Driscoll, journalist, Olivia O’Leary, archivist, Caitriona Crowe, neuroscientist, Gero Miesenböck and astronomer, George Miley, receiving their awards and hear what they have to say about what it means to them.