Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

  • 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.
  • US Department of Health funds five research projects at Trinity
    The projects span fields related to human health, including neuroscience, psychiatric illness and pulmonary disease.
  • Short films about ageing with an intellectual disability bring research to life
    The research team from the intellectual disability supplement to the Irish Longitudinal study on Ageing (IDS-TILDA) has solved just that with the production of a series of short films featuring people with an intellectual disability, specifically designed for people with ID. The films depict research findings on the complex and unique health and social challenges facing Ireland’s population who are ageing with an intellectual disability through the lens of those who directly experience them.
  • One Voice for Languages
    One Voice for Languages (OVFL) welcomed over 130 participants to 'Live, love, learn languages: The changing faces of Ireland', an evening devoted to celebrating languages through addresses by OVFL patron Mairead McGuinness (MEP) and representatives from education, business and the public.
  • Gold Standard hat-trick for Trinity Sport
    Trinity Sport awarded for its standards of excellence
  • Trinity student is first Irish recipient of Schwarzman Scholarship
    Lara Connaughton is the first Irish recipient of a Schwarzman Scholarship in Tsinghua University, Beijing. Lara specialised in Business and Economics in her final year and has just graduated with a first class honors degree.
  • 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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