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The Trinity team has played a pivotal role in developing the software that processes and analyses data from Solar Orbiter.
14 Feb 2020
The unique dining venue captures the magic and history of Ireland’s oldest university
Ballot papers will be issued by registered post to electors registered on the 2019 Electoral Register in the constituency on Friday 28th February. The poll will close on Tuesday 31st March.
Their patch withstands the mechanical demands and mimics the electrical signalling properties that allow our hearts to pump blood rhythmically round our bodies, essentially taking us one step closer to being able to mend a broken heart.
13 Feb 2020
Researchers from Trinity have just published research that may one day lead to better treatments for this debilitating illness, which affects around 12,000 people in Ireland and between 7 and 10 million people worldwide.
12 Feb 2020
The interactions between mathematics and physics have greatly intensified during the last three decades leading to a number of very significant breakthroughs in both fields and Professor Shatashvili has played a huge role in this evolution.
The Library of Trinity College Dublin was honoured by the architect’s presence on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Berkeley Library in 2017 when he gave a public interview in Trinity College.
11 Feb 2020
Gaily McElroy, Trinity's professor in political science, with a thought-provoking opinion piece on the results of the Irish general election, first published by The Conversation.
Periodic changes in the shape of Earth’s orbit around the Sun were partly responsible for changes in the carbon-cycle and global climate around two major events in Earth's history.
An international team involving Trinity's Professor Yvonne Buckley found the success of plantain was due to multiple introductions around the world, which forced genetic diversity to propagate throughout the wider species.