Trinity graduate explains how she is developing computational tools to track mutations in COVID19 cases.
Susan Mitchell looks at a study involving Trinity research which found that the pandemic is having no significant impact on rates of mental health problems in Ireland.
Mary McGill looks at a Trinity led study which highlights the privacy risks associated with contact tracing apps.
Recent Research lead by Trinity found that vitamin D offers many positive benefits to overall health, including boosting the body’s immune response
The pandemic appears to be having an unlikely impact on Irish society by potentially improving the general health of the public through a major increase in personal exercise. This is according to a new study led by Trinity researchers.
New research from Trinity has found that 75% of Irish commuters fear contracting the virus. Here, Carole Coleman speaks with people who use and work in public transport as passenger numbers are set to soar today.
Three quarters of workers fear contracting COVID19 if they use public transport to get to work, according to a new survey by researchers at Trinity. Professor Brian Caulfield discusses.
Engineer Rodolfo Benevenuto, a PhD student at Trinity along with colleagues at Sudene university have published a study which looks at the impacts of coronavirus in the Northeast region of Brazil.
Dr Stephen Farrell from the school of computer science and statistics outlines his concerns around the rollout and the reliability of the ‘COVID care app‘ in Ireland.
Researchers from the Dept of Medical Gerontology assess the impact of Covid-19 on nursing homes
Daily statistics on the COVID-19 virus in Ireland are available as Linked Data and dataset dump files are available below for download.
The Trinity COVID-19 Immunology Project builds on Trinity’s world-class Immunology expertise, accelerating research now to tackle COVID-19 and develop solutions to control the pandemic and protect our communities
The Library of Trinity College Dublin is building a collection of personal records of life during the Covid-19 crisis, so that a detailed story of how this crisis was experienced by the College community can be archived for ongoing research
A new study being carried out at Trinity College Dublin will investigate the effect that this new way of working is having on our voices.
A new research project that will allow us to better understand the disease and how it effects those who are medically compromised in our community
Based at Trinity, The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (Tilda) will look at how COVID19 has affected older people – the most at-risk group according to Trinity‘s Professor Rose Anne Kenny.
In an interview, Professor Rose Anne Kenny, leader of the Tilda study at Trinity says that COVID19 has highlighted the need for a joined-up and accelerated approach when trying to manage future pandemics.
Researchers from the Trinity Centre for Global Health have released the first wave of the Irish COVID-19 Psychological Survey
The Trinity COVID-19 Immunology Project builds on Trinity’s world-class Immunology expertise, accelerating research now to tackle COVID-19 and develop solutions to control the pandemic and protect our communities.
TResearchers from The Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) at Trinity College Dublin have released a crucial report today in response to the COVID 19
This page provides daily updates on COVID-19 Statistics broken down into a number of charts. The data has been drawn in from the linked data on the data.geohive.ie website.