Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

  • Landmark New Study on Maternal Health Launched
    MAMMI study to make mothers’ invisible health problems visible. The new longitudinal study from Trinity College Dublin will look across a range of health issues affecting pregnant women and first time mothers. Early results from one strand show a high prevalence of urinary incontinence or ‘leaking urine’ in women before, during and post pregnancy.
  • Secondary School Students Enjoy Particle Physics Masterclass
    Trinity College Dublin’s School of Mathematics opened the window of cutting-edge physics to young investigators, who worked with real-world data from the Large Hadron Collider.
  • Researchers Complete Vital Work in Housing Design for People with Dementia
    Their recommendations will enable people living with dementia to live in their own homes for as long as possible, and help families and carers to provide the necessary support.
  • Lager Yeast Ancestors Were Full of Eastern Promise
    • Researchers at Trinity College Dublin and UCD have uncovered the origins of yeasts used to brew lagers. • New World trade is likely to have brought them into our brewing armoury hundreds of years ago.
  • ‘After Charlie Hebdo: A Public Forum on Religion, Freedom and Human Rights’
    The aim of the event was to counter simplified narratives on questions around religious fundamentalism, terrorism and freedom of speech.
  • Journalist Jon Snow addresses Trinity’s Philosophical Society
    Trinity’s Philosophical Society hosted renowned journalist, newsreader and presenter, Jon Snow, of Channel 4 News
  • 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.