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Connemara Marble designated a Heritage Stone
Ten-year dataset yields vital clues for supporting Ireland’s precious pollinators
Marine biologists team up with tiger sharks to help discover the world’s largest seagrass ecosystem
Trinity offers a sneak-peak at the sweet spot for innovation at the SUGAR Global Kick Off 2022/23
New machine-learning technique for classifying key immune cells
Pioneering system ensures money doesn not follow water down the drain
Scientists classify the entire planet’s ecosystems for the first time
Trinity Inaugural Lecture - Professor Daniel Kilper - 11th November 2022
Fishing for sharks: hot or not?
Science and art collide to open eyes and minds to impact of climate change on storm surge levels around Irish coastline
Trinity researchers to use machine learning techniques to optimise wind farm performance
Groundwater in the spotlight on World Water Day
How to future-proof your education & career in Engineering, Environment & Emerging Technologies

Transforming STEM Education at Trinity
Profs. Paul Johnston and Laurence Gill from the Department of Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering to speak at COP26 event
Trinity begins work to add 1,600 student places to tackle society’s problems
Sajad Alimohammadi and Tim Persoons win 2020 Harvey Rosten Award for Excellence for the development of an alternative air mover for data centre servers
Kinsella Challenge-Based E3 awards go to 4 multi-disciplinary projects
Trinity secures three more Athena SWAN awards for commitment to gender equality
Postgrad Options 2021: Spotlight on courses around the country - MSc in Smart & Sustainable Cities
My daughter wants to help tackle climate change. Are there courses in this field?
Interested in learning more about smart and sustainable cities?
Trinity webinar: Climate change – a multi-disciplinary challenge - Wed 24th of Feb
Secondary students win Trinity College Dublin E3 Global Challenges Award
Trinity researchers involved in new €5 million climate change project, Terrain-AI
Professor Sylvia Draper, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics & Science interview as part of the 2020 Women in STEM campaign.
The Global Pandemic from Transnational Perspectives
Professor Sylvia Draper, Dean of the Faculty of Engineering, Mathematics & Science talks about E3 and its programmes in a Newsweek Educational Insight
Researchers kick off Ireland’s first project to measure real-world driving emissions using remote sensing
Keeping it cool – Trinity team greatly enhancing viability of solar panels
Crowd simulation system visualises social distancing on campus
Birds, bees and butter – biodiversity crucial for shea production in West Africa
Trinity engineers use 3D printers at home in battle to tackle shortage of PPE
Meet Violet – the robot on a mission to tackle COVID-19
Global climate change will affect fish sizes and ocean food webs