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Public Lecture Marks 70th Anniversary of Division of Korean Peninsula

Leading human rights experts discussed whether the promotion of human rights and peacebuilding can be pursued hand in hand at the event organised by Trinity’s Centre for Post-Conflict Justice.

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30 Jul

Trinity Wins Landmark Athena SWAN Awards for Advancing Gender Equality in Higher Education and Research

Trinity won a bronze institutional Athena SWAN award for advancing gender equality. The Schools of Physics, Chemistry and Natural Sciences have also received awards.

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Scientists Discover link Between Common Medications and Serious Falls in Older Men

Using data from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA), scientists from Trinity College Dublin, St James’s Hospital, Dublin, Ireland and three UK Universities have discovered a significant link between serious falls causing injury in older men and a particular group of commonly used medicines.

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Cuntais Phearsanta ar Éirí Amach 1916 i mBlag de chuid Choláiste na Tríonóide

An blag ‘Changed Utterly’ ina theist ar fhairsinge na mBailiúchán maidir le 1916 i Leabharlann Choláiste na Tríonóide

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New Blog Showcases First Hand Accounts of 1916 Rising

‘Changed Utterly’ blog showcase the breadth of Trinity Library’s collections relating to the 1916 Rising and aims to act as a catalyst for research ahead of the centenary in April 2016.

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28 Jul

New Research Shows Two Thirds of Over-50s Don't Understand Their Pension

The ESRI and Trinity College Dublin have released a new study examining how well-informed people are about their future pension benefits. Two-thirds of people who are aged over 50 and who are members of pension schemes were unable to provide basic information on their future pension benefits.

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27 Jul

Scientific Tour de Force Signals Major Step for Structural Biology

A collaborative effort has produced the first structural blueprint of a complex between a protein and its cellular signalling partner, paving the way for highly specific drug development.

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