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The engagement is driven by a Horizon 2020-funded research project (DINNOS), which aims to address the challenges of age heterogeneous team composition via an innovation support programme.
18 Jun 2021
Professor Tim Persoons, from Trinity's School of Engineering, talks about his work. This video features in the Trinity Research Stories campaign.
17 Jun 2021
As demand for remote work and study sets in for the long-run, Trinity Business School launches ‘four years in the making’ Flexible Executive MBA, only weeks after unveiling new state-of-the-art ‘Matrix Room.’
Lucht acadúil ó Scoil an Altranais agus an Chnáimhseachais ag éileamh ardú feasachta maidir leis an spioradáltacht
A new book is being launched to inspire a unique approach to sustainable seafood consumption. Darina Allen from Ballymaloe Cookery School is joined by leading researchers in a webinar open to all.
There is an increasing body of evidence around spiritual care, competence, assessment and an awareness that person’s religious beliefs and spirituality should be sensitively explored and routinely considered as an essential component of care delivery.
New Growing Up in Ireland research has found that most children get on very well with their parents and like their teachers, but their health and well-being are strongly linked to their family circumstances.
16 Jun 2021
Basketball Ireland announced Trinity College Dublin and Limerick Institute of Technology as the latest Basketball Ireland Centres of Excellence.
After an application period which saw overwhelming interest from enterprising students, 10 teams collectively representing 9 schools from across Ireland’s oldest university have been selected to participate.
Dr Cannon has worked for Trinity for the past five years. She has worked with and supported 80 social enterprises in Ireland and internationally in various ways through teaching, research, and engagement.
15 Jun 2021