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New discovery to prevent infections spreading on medical devices
Microbiologists from Trinity have discovered how to prevent bacterial 'biofilms' from forming on implanted medical devices such as hip replacements and heart valves.
Eyes in the sky -- how ground-bound animals use vultures to find a free lunch
On the plains of Africa, jackals and hyenas follow scavenging vultures to pick up an easy meal.
International Conference on National Stereotyping and Cultural Identities
The conference sought to investigate crucial cultural dimensions behind recent European crises.
Trinity astrophysicist to help direct missions with European Space Agency
Professor Peter Gallagher will oversee and implement a number of space missions under the ESA’s Cosmic Vision 2015 - 2025 strategy.
How to unlock the potential of papyrus wetlands in Africa
Papyrus wetlands cover 6% of sub-Saharan Africa and the quick-growing plant has enormous potential as a renewable energy source.
New TILDA report on ageing in Ireland launched
The findings demonstrate that the over 50s adult population continue to make substantial contributions to their families and the communities in which they live. However, many treatable conditions and serious health challenges such as high cholesterol and hypertension remain undiagnosed and untreated four years later. In addition to increased obesity rates and poor adherence to dietary guidelines in older adults, these undiagnosed and untreated conditions contribute to increased risk of cardiovascular disease and lower quality of life. While some screening programmes, such as those for cancer and influenza are working, the study authors believe that there are areas that require fresh policy drives.
Trinity students and alumni share their Trinity experience stories, which helped shape their lives
Using production techniques like drone and time-lapse filming, we were able to present the campus, both old and new, in ways that have never before been done. While we can never hope to capture the scale of what happens in Trinity every day, we believe this film tries to capture some elements of what makes Trinity unique.