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Researchers from Trinity College Dublin hope their findings will inform strategies to better protect brain cells following trauma, or when they are affected by neurodegenerative diseases.
10 Jun 2015
The research is the first to robustly show that implementing earlier expert palliative care decision making and treatment results in significantly lower costs.
9 Jun 2015
Improved sensor performance, using graphene, leads to earlier diagnosis of cancer and a range of infectious diseases
New review highlights that women with obesity should lose weight before they become pregnant, to avoid complications
The second phase of 'Growing Up in Ireland: The National Longitudinal Study of Children' was recently launched by Dr James Reilly, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs.
Three Trinity College Dublin academics were among 19 newly elected members of the Royal Irish Academy who signed the members book on Friday 29th May in recognition of their world-class contribution to science and the humanities.
One Trinity College Dublin student and three Academics were recently honoured with renowned Fulbright Awards.
The engineers won the Aviation R&D Award at the 2015 Aviation Industry Awards and will continue working on research aimed at reducing noise pollution and fuel usage.
8 Jun 2015
HOMESICK, an exhibition exploring the nature of home, for better or worse.
6 Jun 2015
Trinity College Dublin hosted a public forum on the Marriage Referendum on Tuesday 19 May 2015 chaired by the Registrar, Professor Shane Allwright.
4 Jun 2015