Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

  • Bob Geldof takes centre stage at the Honorary Degrees 2017
    The stellar cast, including a world leading scientist, an Irish historian, an environmentalist and leading global medical researcher were awarded Trinity’s highest honour by the Chancellor of the University.
  • Community National Schools research shows pupils don’t want to be separated
    New Research on Community National Schools found that pupils don’t want to be separated according to their faith.
  • Businesses and beekeepers unite to address biodiversity issues
    Irish businesses, beekeepers and researchers took part in a “Biodiversity Forum” to discuss how to tackle current biodiversity loss.
  • Trinity immunologist and LaunchBox graduate among Ireland's Most Powerful Women
    Professor Lydia Lynch and FoodCloud co-founder, Iseult Ward, were named in the Top 25 of WXN 2017 Ireland's Most Powerful Women.
  • Will Amazon’s Whole Foods deal go the same way as L'Oréal and Body Shop?
    Assistant Professor of Ethical Business at Trinity, Tanusree Jain, wonders whether Whole Foods will be able to retain its 'conscious capitalism'.
  • New TILDA study examines retirement income and quality of life in older age
    A new report released by The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA), Trinity College Dublin, reveals that retirement income is positively associated with quality of life. The research investigates the relationship between income and quality of life in older age in Ireland.
  • A Class Act! Trinity Access Programme Students’ Graduation

    Thirty-eight students graduated from Trinity Access Programmes (TAP) Foundation Course for Higher Education this week. The TAP Foundation Course aims to tackle educational disadvantage, offering another way to third-level education for mature students and young adults whose social, economic and cultural experiences have prevented them from going to college. TAP students tell us their stories on graduation day.

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