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  • Botanical artist to showcase Ellen Hutchins Exhibition finale

    Award-winning botanical artist, Shevaun Doherty, will paint some of Ellen's decades-old seaweed specimens as the exhibition celebrating Ireland's first female botanist draws to a close.

    25 April 2017

  • 2017 Uniphar CROSS Atlantic Cycle launched

    CROSS is an acronym for Cancer Research of the Oesophagus and Stomach at St James’s Hospital and the charity is a focal point for cancer research which is led by one of Trinity's principal cancer researchers, Professor John Reynolds.

    20 April 2017

  • Scholars of the Decades

    The annual gathering of Trinity College Dublin’s Scholars of the Decades and new Fellows took place last week on Trinity Monday.

    19 April 2017

  • How smart are fish?

    Scientists and anglers will share research and fishing tales that paint a surprisingly complex picture of fish behaviour at an exciting evening discussion.

    13 April 2017

  • Trinity Translational Medicine Institute (TTMI) launched

    TTMI will bridge and consolidate all our areas of expertise. It will consolidate patient-orientated research across Trinity and the affiliated hospitals, creating a viable process, based on international best practice, for delivering basic to translational biomedical research.

    11 April 2017

  • Trinity engineer's new book -- Water Wells and Boreholes

    The revised second edition focuses on wells that are used for drinking, industry, agriculture and other supply purposes, featuring examples from over the globe.

    7 April 2017

  • Trinity’s maintenance team

    Over 5,000 planned and over 20,000 unplanned reactive maintenance tasks per year are looked after by a dedicated team in Estates and Facilities.

    7 April 2017

  • Martin Scorsese receives Trinity's Philosophical Society's Gold Medal

    Renowned film director, Martin Scorsese became an Honorary Patron of the University Philosophical Society (The Phil) in February.

    6 April 2017

  • New art acquisitions

    Over 200 new works have been added to Trinity's art collections in the past decade, 90% of which are by living artists, and 80% of all the artists represented are completely new to our collections.

    6 April 2017

  • Bee hotels buzzing

    Six bee hotels have been installed on campus to help make Trinity’s grounds more pollinator-friendly and to raise awareness of pollinators.

    6 April 2017

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