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The inaugural Trinity Student Scientific Review is a peer-reviewed journal written and run by undergraduate students. Five science students won awards for their contributions to the journal, which was officially launched at a celebratory event this week.
12 Mar 2015
One of the most important modern satirists in the English language, Terry Pratchett, passed away on 12th March, 2015.
The researchers found that a higher prevalence of households with fluoridated water in a local electoral district was associated with an increased probability of an older person having all their own teeth.
10 Mar 2015
ALIGNED will be led by computer scientists at Trinity to lay the foundations for big data systems to make light of the complexity, scale and inconsistency of data currently available on the web.
9 Mar 2015
The fourth year of the Rugby Legends Cycle for the C.R.O.S.S. charity which supports cancer research at Trinity College Dublin and St James’s Hospital will embrace 1,000 km of beautiful scenery on the Wild Atlantic Way from Skibbereen to Donegal.
This year 7,862 students selected Trinity College Dublin as their first preference in their CAO applications.
The award is made annually to a distinguished chemist with an international reputation, able to relate and communicate the importance of chemistry and chemical research to everyday life.
6 Mar 2015
Engineers from Trinity College Dublin believe sustainable bamboo could be safely used to make bicycles, turbine blades and even homes.
5 Mar 2015
MAMMI study to make mothers' invisible health problems visible. The new longitudinal study from Trinity College Dublin will look across a range of health issues affecting pregnant women and first time mothers. Early results from one strand show a high prevalence of urinary incontinence or 'leaking urine' in women before, during and post pregnancy.
3 Mar 2015
Trinity College Dublin’s School of Mathematics opened the window of cutting-edge physics to young investigators, who worked with real-world data from the Large Hadron Collider.
2 Mar 2015