Trinity College, The University of Dublin

  • The Right Amount of Grazing Builds Diverse Forest Ecosystems – How Bambi Boosts Biodiversity
    Excluding deer from important forest ecosystems enables some plant species to over-dominate, which has a negative, knock-on effect on biodiversity.
  • Vitamin D linked with improved survival in bowel cancer patients
    New research from Trinity and Edinburgh Universities points to the potential importance of Vitamin D in bowel cancer survivorship.
  • Irish Researchers Make A Material Breakthrough
    Professor John Boland and his team are the first in the world to measure 'Poisson’s Ratio' on the nanoscale - a breakthrough that will significantly impact the development of flexible electronics.
  • Let those damaged by the Irish asylum system tell their stories
    A statutory review into the excessive use of Irish mental hospitals is needed according to Dr Damien Brennan from Trinity's School of Nursing and Midwifery. He argues however, that it would be an error for such a review to be incorporated within the inquiry into mother-and-baby homes.
  • Provost's Teaching Awards Recognise Lecturers' Commitment to Teaching and Learning
    The Trinity College Dublin annual Provost's Teaching Awards were presented by Dr Patrick Prendergast to five members of staff in recognition of their enthusiasm and commitment to ensuring students receive quality teaching and learning.
  • Children’s Research Centre hosts International Summer School in Child and Youth Welfare
    The Children’s Research Centre (CRC) at Trinity College Dublin hosted 27 students and staff from Israel, Russia, Ireland and Germany at a week-long Summer School as part of the EU Tempus Project.