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  • Scientists develop exciting new option for targeted cancer therapy
    Coating therapeutic payloads with a sugar molecule ensures they are not active in the body until coming into contact with cancer cells.
  • Scientists use graphene and toy silly putty® to make state-of-the-art sensors
    This world-first graphene innovation could be used for applications in medical devices and diagnostics.
  • New era in geo-analysis as iCRAG launches micro-beam analysis lab at Trinity
    The TIGER, funded by SFI, uses the latest in detector technology. It will be used to develop new approaches to resource and energy efficiency.
  • New Technology to Scale-up Student Volunteering at Trinity College Dublin
    Every year in Ireland thousands of students from our universities and institutes of technology carry out over 100,000 hours of volunteering. Ten third level colleges have now joined forces to develop studentvolunteer.ie - a brand new online resource which matches students’ interests with volunteering opportunities.
  • Irish tuberculosis expert warns against complacency to global epidemic
    An Irish TB expert has warned that we are seeing an increasing number of multidrug resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) cases in Ireland, which reflects the pattern seen in Europe, primarily because of the movement of people from countries of high tuberculosis (TB) prevalence. His warning comes as the Centre for Disease Control has today come out with new updated international guidelines on TB diagnosis after 17 years.
  • Study finds new cardiovascular predictor of mortality in older people
    When we stand up our heart rate speeds up then settles. The rate at which this happens in older people has been shown for the first time to predict mortality four years later according to new research from TILDA published in Circulation Research, a leading journal of the American Heart Association.
  • Trinity Open Day

    With over 175 events throughout the day, Trinity Open Day is the best way to find out what Trinity can do for you.

    Current students and staff from our courses look forward to meeting you and discussing your options. Staff from the Admissions Office, Mature Students Office, Disability Office, Trinity Access Programmes will also be there to answer any questions you might have.

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