Video and Audio
‘Sims-like’ computer models that recreated prehistoric ecosystems suggest that mid-sized meat-eaters would have been efficient scavengers.
15 April 2016
This newly commissioned work involves composer Enda Bates, Trinity Orchestra, Cue Saxophone Quartet and Miriam Ingram.
6 April 2016
Engineering students have been designing and building guitars before presenting their business plans in a Dragons’ Den format.
3 March 2016
Trinity political scientists and economists predict outcome of General Election 2016.
23 February 2016
The causes and effects of terrorism were put under the spotlight at a public event hosted by Trinity Long Room Hub featuring psychologist Ian Robertson and legal expert Neville Cox.
19 February 2016
Up to 20% of young people are victims of cyberbullying, however a much greater number of young people who witness cyberbullying are also negatively affected.
9 February 2016
Naughton Foundation Scholarships support remarkable students in the fields of science, engineering and technology.
8 February 2016
Four priceless early medieval Irish manuscripts will be made available online to the public and world of scholarship for the first time through the Early Manuscripts Project.
29 January 2016
Genetic influxes are likely to have brought cultural changes to Ireland, including the transitions to agriculture, Bronze metalworking and possibly the western Celtic language.
28 December 2015
A new book by Dr Tomás Irish reveals how Trinity students, staff and alumni experienced this tumultuous period which transformed Dublin, Ireland, and the wider world.
21 December 2015