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Two undergraduate teams are keeping a close eye on developments at the Mars Desert Research Station, where their Red Planet-themed research projects are up and running.
21 Dec 2017
Scientific historians say a single dimension of ’social complexity' measures the development of around 400 past societies that existed over the last 10,000 years.
20 Dec 2017
The tech solution, named waytoB, was invented by Talita Holzer Saad and Robbie Fryers, two recent engineering graduates from Trinity.
The project will pilot the mass production of anti-reflective, scratch- and abrasion-resistant surfaces that can be applied on camera lenses, car components and mobile phones.
19 Dec 2017
Dealing with damaging harassment culture means changing the way we treat men, too, says Aneta St?pie?, Adjunct Assistant Professor, School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies
'Business as usual' is not a sustainable option when it comes to developing policies on extracting food from the oceans, according to a new evidence review report developed for the European Commission with contributions from a Trinity environmental history expert.
Lab-grown meat is being hailed as the solution to the factory farming of animals. There is, however, a major problem with lab-grown meat: a moral problem, according to Ben Bramble, Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Trinity Sport, in association with Bank of Ireland, have unveiled their 63 sports scholars for 2017-18. Among the line-up is a world champion, several inter-county players and a pair of Olympic 2020 hopefuls.
18 Dec 2017
Trinity held its first Social Media day for staff in December which gave insights into best practice for higher education aiming to support staff in developing their social media skills and knowledge.