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New project aims to bring down the cost of offshore wind turbines
Computer scientists release new Pytch web-app to help students write their own programmes
Harnessing the Power of Nature: Willow Trees Revolutionise Wastewater Treatment in Rural Ireland
ESB and Trinity’s ADAPT and CONNECT research centres to accelerate technology innovation in energy sector
What I learned: How a postgrad helped my career
Trinity College Dublin School of Engineering Academics Win 2023 Haagen-Smit Prize for Groundbreaking Air Pollution Research
Green Week 24 - Healthy Planet, Healthy People
The IEEE Student Branch hosts the 2nd Threesis on 19th February 2024
Learnovate to receive €9.6m in funding from EI and IDA
Trinity Green Week commences with sightings of artworks across campus
Green Week 2024
Introducing KineMo - Trinity College Dublin School of Engineering Breakthrough in Athlete Kinematics Tracking
Trinity researchers to develop new tools to predict future car types in Ireland
Trinity duo win SFI Discover Programme funding to inspire STEM public engagement
Prof Jane Stout - inaugural lecture - 26th March 2024
Trinity College Dublin Hosts Webinar on Emissions Reduction in Zambia
Trinity has a new Sustainability Strategy
Secret, undeclared pesticide ingredients may pose a risk to people, pollinators and the environment
Researchers win €5.3 million Wellcome Trust award to tackle fatal bloodstream infections
New €2.3 million project seeks to deliver next-gen, sustainable 6G networks
Trinity researchers secure EPA funding to support sustainability and societal transformation projects
Trinity welcomes Prof. John D. Kelleher as Chair of Computer Science and Director of ADAPT
Prof Simon Wilson will give his inaugural lecture on 27th Feb 2024 at 5.45pm – 7.15pm
“It might sound like science fiction fantasy, but AI urbanism is not far away”
New lab allows scientists to test impacts of climate change in precisely controlled infrastructure
Mindset change needed to fight biodiversity loss
Trinity College Dublin Centre for Biomedical Engineering Scholars Excel at Bioengineering in Ireland 2024
Trinity research pivotal in Ireland’s Climate Change Assessment, with heat extremes to become more frequent and severe
Trinity boosts sustainable aviation fuel research with new partnership
Researchers and professional support staff meet at inaugural Coordinator Mobilisation event
Trinity bioengineer wins ERC Proof of Concept Award to develop non-surgical lower back pain treatment
AI could make cities autonomous, but that does not mean we should let it happen
Professor Viet Pham honoured with IEEE Best Young Researcher Award
Trinity Centre for Biomedical Engineering Research Day Showcases Innovation and Collaboration
Students receive 2023 Three Ireland Connect to STEM Scholarships
Bees are still being harmed despite tightened pesticide regulations
Trinity to headquarter Climate+ Co-Centre
Deoxygenation levels similar to today’s played key role in marine extinctions during major past climate change event
Professor Anna Davies wins Irish Research Council Impact Award
Seven Trinity researchers and staff receive IRC Research Ally awards
Fewer staff, students are walking and cycling, survey finds
Plants might be able to absorb more CO2 from human activities than previously expected
Accounting for nature a priority for Ireland’s prosperity – new report
Why a surprise discovery, warming seas and the demise of the ‘Meg’ may spell trouble for sharks
Trinity joins pilot international sustainability education programme CTO Werner Vogels delivers masterclass to Trinity computer science students
New project chases net-zero renewable energy systems for the Atlantic Area
Adapt and Meta address safe and responsible use of AI in European healthcare
Five Fellows to develop Trinity’s programme of Education for Sustainable Development
Trinity scientists secure prestigious Royal Society University Research Fellowships
Range of pesticides, including neonicotinoids, found in pollen of different bee species
Researchers join National Challenge Fund to help Ireland prepare for green transition and digital transformationt
Professor Abeba Birhane named to TIME’s inaugural TIME100 AI list
New project will improve EU hydropower sustainability with potential to save €1 billion per year
School of Engineering Researcher Honoured with IABSE Outstanding Paper Award 2023
Shark shock – scientists discover filter-feeding basking sharks are warm-bodied like great whites
Hubs offering electric cars, e-bikes and e-cargo bikes to test potential of shared e-mobility to decarbonise transport
Formula Trinity Unveils Their Cutting-Edge Car at Trinity College Dublin
Green Tech Skillnet provides 30% discount on selected Trinity green courses
The weeds shall inherit the Earth
Generative AI models are encoding biases and negative stereotypes in their users
Reframing active travel planning is key to creating more cycling and walking-friendly towns and cities
Cryo conservation – a cool solution to saving species from extinction
National economies recover faster when countries are powered by renewable energy
Information Session: MSc in Electronic Information Engineering at Trinity College Dublin
Discover the Intersection of Statistics and Sustainability: Join our Information Session for the MSc in Statistics & Sustainability
Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering for Climate Action Information Session 2023
People fear AI tech, but not enough to avoid autonomous cars
MPhil in Music and Media Technology Information Session 2023
Trinity raises Green Flag for commitment to sustainability
Trinity School of Engineering Professor addresses Roundtable Discussion on the Future of STEM and Gender in Irish Education
360-million-year-old Irish fossil provides oldest evidence of plant self-defence in wood
Trinity College Dublin hosts 50 Transition Year students for STEPS Engineers Week as employers aim to bridge engineering skills gap
Awards sweep by TCD Biomedical Engineering at the Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine Engineering Society (TERMIS) 2023 Meeting
Pesticides detected in pollen and nectar may pose a long-term hazard for pollinators
Rare 14-ft smalltooth sand tiger shark washes up on Wexford shore
Project launched to support EU urban food sharing initiatives
Green Week kicks off with launch and new sustainability awards
SFI Grant awarded for Smart Radio research
Third year civil engineering students London trip
‘Team Phoenix
Five Trinity teams to inspire public engagement with STEM via SFI Discover Programme awards
Ireland has lost almost all of its native forests – here is how to bring them back
The Dŵr Uisce project | Final Event: Delivering Solutions for the Sustainability of the Water-Energy Nexus
Applications Now Open for Eric and Barbara Kinsella Scholarships
7 Trinity Teams Shortlisted for National Challenge Fund
Marie-Curie Doctoral Network led by SCSS professor
Ancient amphibians had their bones cooked
Five students receive first Three Ireland Connect to STEM scholarships for women
New badger research has implications for managing bovine TB
New project will equip police with advanced technologies to combat disinformation linked to crime
15 ways to reforest the planet: international scientists call for decade of global action
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
Several beautiful new bird species found on remote Indonesian islands
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
Pioneering system ensures money doesn not follow water down the drain
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
The synthetic rocks helping us understand how sought-after rare earth elements form
Slowing of continental plate movement controlled timing of Earths largest volcanic events
Boxing clever: the simple conservation strategy saving threatened Roseate terns
Trinity partners with ESB in new pilot e-bike project in Dublin suburbs
Trinity researchers contribute to new radon map
Trinity researchers to use machine learning techniques to optimise wind farm performance

Irish scientists tag giant porbeagle shark off Donegal coast
Biodiversity loss has knock on effects on global markets
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