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This world-first graphene innovation could be used for applications in medical devices and diagnostics.
9 December 2016
The Maternal Health and Maternal Morbidity in Ireland study (MAMMI) reveals high prevalence rates of hidden health problems facing mothers including mental, physical and sexual health.
8 December 2016
Researchers from Trinity have developed an innovative, collaborative approach to assess the practice and sustainability potential of city-based food sharing economies around the world.
30 September 2016
Trinity scientists will seek the genetic basis for resistance to the virus and invite all women who received HCV-contaminated anti-D in 1977-79 to volunteer.
20 September 2016
The technique provides 3D images of an unparalleled resolution without using X-rays; it should have major implications for the diagnosis and treatment of bone injuries.
8 September 2016
‘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