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How well do criminal justice systems treat survivors of sexual violence? The answer is not only important to survivors. It also signals to society how sexual violence should be viewed, says Simon McCarthy-Jones, Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology.
29 Mar 2018
From the existentialist café to making the planet great again Professor Michael Cronin explored the relevance of French writing to contemporary debates in his inaugural lecture.
The new ‘European Network on Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (EUROMENE)’ will address gaps in our knowledge of the impact of this complex disease.
A literary and musical celebration of the tradition of women’s writing in Ireland was hosted by the School of English this week in Trinity's Regent House.
The switch puts the brake on overactive immune cells at the heart of many inflammatory diseases such as arthritis, IBD, and heart disease.
28 Mar 2018
The Board of Trinity College Dublin agreed with the Students’ Union proposal to return to the status quo regarding modular billing and fees for taking supplemental assessments.
Secrets buried within an ancient sample from southern Africa imply that the stable craton that helps support the continent was formed by a mantle plume.
A new research project entitled 'Prevent' hopes to identify the earliest signs of the dementia in mid-life, some 20-30 years before symptoms, such as memory loss and confusion, develop.
27 Mar 2018
Three Trinity students were recently rewarded for their success in research with Royal Irish Academy’s Charlemont Grant awards.
The programme aims to prepare students for future employment by enhancing their career readiness.