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The first worldwide investigation of how the Humanities contribute to solving global challenges was launched in Trinity College Dublin.
12 Dec 2014
The winning bids are a milestone for Ireland in securing core participation in two leading European Institute of Innovation and Technology consortia.
The Grattan Scholars programme supports exceptional PhD students who have the potential to become future academic leaders and influential voices for social and economic development.
Trinity chemists have developed a technique that solves a long-standing conundrum to allow the creation of synthetic amino acids, which will have significant applications in drug development and in building novel proteins.
11 Dec 2014
Researchers in the School of Dental Science have identified a group of novel regulatory genes that control virulence in certain infectious organisms.
The new technique of analysing DNA found in ancient parchments can shine a focused light on the development of agriculture across the centuries.
10 Dec 2014
World renowned political philosopher, Henry Shue explained the need to revise our conception of global responsibility at the Kapuscinski Development Lecture hosted by Trinity College Dublin.
9 Dec 2014
Trinity researchers collaborate in a multi-disciplinary project to address key global challenges of water and energy management.
EU Ambassador to the US, David O’sullivan, Poet, Paul Muldoon, Front Line Defenders Founder, Mary Lawlor and Leading US Scientist Nancy Hopkins Conferred with Honorary Degrees.
8 Dec 2014
The book presents time-series data over more than 30 years that documents changing attitudes to gender roles.