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?Awards totalling €40,000 to fund innovative creative arts projects were announced.
31 Jan 2018
Writing for The Conversation, Assistant Professor of Ethical Business, Tanusree Jain, explains why flexible regulation and healthy competition is needed.
30 Jan 2018
Trinity hosted a reading of the English translation of Primo Levi’s ‘Canto of Ulysses’ from his If This is a Man to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day.
29 Jan 2018
The event, which features thousands of novels, academic books, journals, guides and reference books, is the largest charity booksale in Ireland.
This scholarship seeks to acknowledge the quality of entrants to one taught Masters student in each school in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (FAHSS), which aims to support and develop gifted postgraduate students.
The results show genomic legacies of the Vikings, the movement between peoples of Scotland and Ulster, and the role geography has played in genetic variation.
26 Jan 2018
Lady Normanby was instrumental in founding and supporting the development of the Moyne Institute of Preventive Medicine.
Homeless people use emergency department 20 times more than their housed counterparts and have 10 times more inpatient bed days, according to a new study carried out by researchers at Trinity College Dublin.
25 Jan 2018
Dr Lydia Lynch and Dr Tomás Ryan received the prestigious awards to support research into obesity-related disease and understanding how memories are stored in the brain.
Professor Balz Kamber and Dr Teresa Ubide explain how eruption histories are 'recorded' in crystals within magma in each and every volcano.
24 Jan 2018