Trinity College Dublin, The University of Dublin

  • Trinity-NASA research shows how solar variability affects Earth’s atmosphere
    Pulses in the electrified layer of Earth's atmosphere — called the ionosphere — mirrored X-ray oscillations during a C-class flare that occurred in July last year.
  • TCGEL to guide 10th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education
    TCGEL (the Trinity Centre for Gender Equality and Leadership) will play a leading role in shaping the 10th European Conference on Gender Equality in Higher Education.
  • New aquarium will support marine biology research at Trinity
    Funding provided by the Marine Institute will allow researchers to test experimentally for the impacts of climate change on marine ecosystems.
  • Boundaries for biodiversity: the implausible science of a “safe operating space"
    The notion that global environmental processes have “tipping points” and that we can deplete the environment until we hit them is not supported by science.
  • We built a robot care assistant for elderly people – here's how it works
    Assistant Professor, Conor McGinn, with a piece published by The Conversation about the development of Stevie -- Ireland's first prototype robot for assisted care.
  • New Directions in Ecohorror and the Ecogothic
    How ecogothic literature and film can help society face up to the challenges of real-word climate catastrophe was the focus of a two-day conference organised by the School of English last week.
  • Garland of Howth − one of four precious early Irish manuscripts conserved at Trinity

    Precious Irish manuscripts from the Dark Ages have been conserved and digitised by Trinity. The rarely seen manuscripts from early Christianity will go on public display together for the first time, exhibiting the manuscripts’ magnificent artistry and ornamentation by Ireland’s earliest painters.

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