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Since 2006, Trinity alumni produced 277 entrepreneurs, formed 254 venture-backed companies, and raised capital of approximately US 4.8 billion.
12 Oct 2020
Aoife Delaney, from Trinity's School of Natural Sciences, explains how ecosystem services provided by tree and shrub diversity support the well-being of millions of people in West Africa.
3Set is a collaborative project led by Trinity and supported by UCD and AIT. The launch of the national framework coincides with World Mental Health Day.
10 Oct 2020
Tá zó-eolaithe ó Choláiste na Tríonóide tar éis sample d’oibriú na héabhlóide a rianú in éin teochreasacha san Áis, a bhfuil ag athrú go gasta ar oiléain beaga.
9 Oct 2020
The redevelopment project will draw on the best 21st-century design and technology to safeguard the Old Library building and conserve its precious collections for future generations.
8 Oct 2020
The zoologists have discovered that male and female Sulawesi Babblers (Pellorneum celebense, a species of bird) have evolved to attain different sizes on small islands, and in quick-fire time.
Trinity's Longroom Hub has resumed its popular and informative deliberations with a panel discussion on "The Age of Uncertainty".
Efforts to curb tobacco have been thwarted in part because half the global cigarette industry is controlled by countries who are part of those efforts, writes Daniel Malan in the South China Morning Post
6 Oct 2020
Trinity College Dublin has been awarded €21 million in funding by the Higher Education Authority (HEA) to support over the next five years its innovative, skills-led teaching initiative.
5 Oct 2020
Researchers at TSJCI are exploring MAD2, an intriguing protein, which has been associated with poor survival in cancer.
3 Oct 2020