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Leading poets and scholars honoured the work of the great poet, Thomas Kinsella, at a special event, Thomas Kinsella Celebratory Readings, in early December at Trinity in celebration of his ninetieth year.
24 Dec 2018
December 2018 The Making Victorian Dublin research project led by researchers from the Department of Geology and the Department of History of Art and Architecture has uncovered the hidden history of Trinity’s iconic Museum Building. The completion of the project was marked by an interactive website featuring a 3-D digital scan of the building and […]
22 Dec 2018
Dr Barrett previously worked as a senior lecturer at Trinity’s Department of Economics and is a Fellow of the College.
21 Dec 2018
A Trinity student and a Trinity graduate have been presented with Climate Hero Awards at the inaugural An Taisce Climate Ambassador awards. Environmental Science student Isobel Jorgensen and Botany graduate Niamh Banahan were among the nine recipients of these prestigious awards.
20 Dec 2018
Technologies and Services that enable the rapid deployment of next generation Internet of Things (IoT) solutions are at the heart of danalto, a Trinity spin-out that today announces a seed investment of €750,000 led by Atlantic Bridge. The investment has been made by the Atlantic Bridge University Fund, a €60m investment Fund investing specifically in […]
The University's leading researchers and inventors were acknowledged for their innovative research and entrepreneurship at the Trinity Innovation Awards 2018 special awards ceremony.
The 2018 CHRISTMAS LECTURES, airing on BBC Four, will use biology as a powerful way of answering the most fundamental of questions.
The enduring appeal of the Christmas ghost story, twinkling stars and exoplanets and how climate change will affect Christmas trees were among topics explored at a festive research showcase recently.
19 Dec 2018
A new book addresses how social computing data can be used in emergency management and explores more broadly how the GDPR affects big data interpretation.
18 Dec 2018
Research led by neuroscientists at Trinity College Dublin has found for the first time that regions of the brain responsible for complex thought do not shut off in the unconscious state.