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Northern activists who fled Ulster to avoid persecution after partition made significant contribution to cultural and political life in the new Free State, according to Professor of Contemporary Irish History Eunan O'Halpin
22 Jun 2015
Forty-Five young adults and mature students graduated from Trinity Access Programmes foundation courses recently and are set to commence degree courses in Trinity in September
Professor of Geography at Trinity, Anna Davies, sits on the newly formed Climate Change Council, which is tasked with helping Ireland transition to a low-carbon economy.
19 Jun 2015
Academic, public, private and NGO sectors will come together to value, protect and restore Ireland's natural capital and ecosystem services.
18 Jun 2015
The thoughts of the College Community are with the families and friends of the students who died or were injured in the tragic accident in Berkeley.
17 Jun 2015
A social media map of Bloomsday celebrations and how digital humanities can respond to climate change are among topics to be explored at day-long event in Trinity College Dublin.
16 Jun 2015
AMBER, the Science Foundation Ireland funded materials science centre based at Trinity College Dublin, announced that it has entered into a licence agreement with Thomas Swan Ltd for the production of atomically thin 2D layered materials.
Eight hundred years ago this week one of the most famous documents in world history was born: Magna Carta. It established the principle that executive power should not be above the law, explains Dr Peter Crooks, Assistant Professor in Medieval History
Student engineers from Trinity College Dublin represented Ireland at a global design innovation showcase at Stanford University.
15 Jun 2015
Trinity Sports Scholarship student Tom Brennan has been selected to represent Ireland in the inaugural European Games in Baku, Azerbaijan, 12 – 28 June 2015.
11 Jun 2015