View the contact page for more contact and location information
Trinity researchers have authored a series of articles in the “hybrid” field of Neurohumanities, marking an exciting new chapter to expand connections across the neurosciences and humanities.
30 Nov 2020
The Trinity College Dublin Trust is inviting applications from student groups for grants from a special fund of €100,000 to support student life during the pandemic. This fund has been established to assist societies, sports clubs and other organised student groups to develop new projects.
27 Nov 2020
The scientist Rosalind Franklin, the folklorist, dramatist and theatre-founder Augusta Gregory, the mathematician Ada Lovelace and the writer and pioneering women’s rights advocate Mary Wollstonecraft have been chosen from a list of more than 500 suggestions.
26 Nov 2020
Experts outline compelling evidence for health professionals and policymakers to revise guidance on vitamin D supplementation amidst the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Irish poet, Stephen Sexton, has been awarded the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature 2020, for his first collection of works, Oils & If All the World and Love Were Young.
The team is building a platform that allows users to list unwanted belongings and materials, which another user can then collect and upcycle.
Referendums on the future of the island of Ireland should only be held with a clear plan for what follows, the interim report from the Working Group on Unification Referendums on the Island of Ireland has found. There were three Trinity members of the Working Group: Oran Doyle, Dr Etain Tannam and Dr David Kenny
The new approach offers promise for one day treating an eye disease that leads to a progressive loss of vision and affects thousands of people across the globe.
Professor Padraig Carmody and Ricardo Reboredo from Trinity, along with Francis Owusu from Iowa State University, consider the US election's implications for Africa in this piece first published by The Conversation.
25 Nov 2020
The research from Trinity and Maynooth University is the first to study the incidence and effects of sexual violence in Ireland, since the SAVI Report of 2002.