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We are often told that we must 'sustain' and 'conserve' our environment but policy makers and ecologists are not using the same language.
19 Jul 2016
A video showing the colourful evolution of a cylindrical foam structure will be on display at the Magic Gallery in London this summer.
18 Jul 2016
Trinity Sports clubs had wonderful successes representing the University at numerous nationals and international competitions in 2015/16.
15 Jul 2016
Creative Arts Award Scheme Shortlisted for Allianz Business to Arts Awards
Three Tobacco Free Zones on Trinity’s main campus were opened on 1 July 2016. In these zones, smoking is prohibited both indoors and outdoors.
Pioneering research focusing on creating a new type of extremely long lasting battery is being led by Professor Valeria Nicolosi.
Starting bright and some as early as 5.00am, Trinity’s Housekeeping staff often finish cleaning offices before the rest of the University’s staff come to work.
The organ in Trinity's Public Theatre, housed in an historic 1684 case, is an important part of Trinity's and Ireland’s national heritage.
Ancient DNA analyses sugges that two divergent groups rooted in Zagros and Aegea became the world´s first farmers as humans evolved away from hunting and gathering.
14 Jul 2016
The self-assembly of graphene ribbons will herald exciting new technology developments.