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School of Genetics and Microbiology receives Athena SWAN Bronze Award
In an online ceremony the Athena SWAN Bronze Award was presented to members of the School Athena-SAT.
Trinity’s commitment to gender equality recognised by five new Athena SWAN bronze awards
The School of Genetics and Microbiology at Trinity College Dublin has been granted a Bronze Athena SWAN gender equality Award by Advance HE/Athena SWAN
A curiosity-driven genetic discovery that should impact cancer treatments
TCD geneticists have discovered new biological targets that may help devise alternative therapies for cancers that are becoming resistant to existing drugs.
Six Trinity researchers receive Irish Research Council Advanced Laureate Awards
Seamus Martin and Adrian Bracken among six TCD recipients of funding which aims to support ground-breaking, world-class blue-sky research.
Trinity researchers win funding to commercialise research to benefit the economy & society
Eleven Trinity projects were among the 38 research projects awarded funding by SFI to support the commercialisation of government-funded research.
Potential new treatment for soft-tissue childhood cancer developed
CRISPR “genetic screens” and new approaches to drug design have provided a potential new therapy, which blocks the progression of synovial sarcoma tumours in pre-clinical trials.
Professor Jane Farrar wins SFI 2018 Science Awards
Four researchers won prestigious awards, which recognise them as key leaders in the Irish research community.