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Eleven Trinity researchers awarded €4 million to tackle global health challenges
The newly announced Investigator-Led Projects for Health (ILP) 2022 from the Health Research Board (HRB) will drive advancements in treatments and therapies across a broad range of human health and disease including neurodegenerative disease, respiratory disease, bloodstream infection, arthritis, cancer, and depression.
30 Aug 2022
Awards and Funding|Health|Research
Water fluoridation: effective prevention for tooth decay and a win for the environment
Research findings also strengthen the case internationally for water fluoridation programmes to reduce dental decay, particularly in the most vulnerable populations.
29 Aug 2022
Trinity researchers secure eight SFI-IRC Pathway awards
Researchers applying from Trinity have secured eight Science Foundation Ireland – Irish Research Council (SFI-IRC) Pathway awards worth a combined total of around €4.4 million.
29 Aug 2022
Awards and Funding|Research
Trinity spinout ETU receives strategic growth investment
ETU, Trinity College Dublin and SFI ADAPT Centre spinout, secures significant investment that will support accelerated growth for the learning technology leader.
25 Aug 2022
Awards and Funding|Business
Trinity team’s new gene therapy shows promise for treating eye condition affecting millions across the globe
Researchers from Trinity College Dublin have developed a new gene therapy approach that shows promise for treating the dry form of Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD) – a progressive eye disease that affects up to 10% of adults over 65 years of age and is a leading cause of severe vision impairment and blindness in this age group.
23 Aug 2022
Boxing clever: the simple conservation strategy saving threatened Roseate terns
A simple conservation strategy deployed by conservationists and scientists from BirdWatch Ireland, Trinity College Dublin and University College Dublin is greatly assisting in the extraordinary success of threatened Roseate terns on Rockabill Island, off the coast of Dublin
23 Aug 2022
Developmental biologists map multi-gene activity hotspots in developing embryos for the first time
Years of work by developmental biologists from Trinity, working with colleagues at the University of Edinburgh’s MRC Human Genetics Unit, has yielded a resource of unparalleled detail that will help researchers assess how key genes control the differentiation of tissues and organs of developing embryos.
19 Aug 2022
Trinity partners with ESB in new pilot e-bike project in Dublin suburbs
Researchers from Trinity’s School of Engineering are working with ESB, micro-mobility providers Bleeper and Moby, innovation partner Dogpatch Labs and co-founding partner Interreg North-West Europe to examine a new pilot e-bike project in the Dublin suburbs.
18 Aug 2022
Engineering students win global additive manufacturing competition
Brothers Tadhg-Lorcan and Eoin H. Oude Essink won the nTopology Responsible Part Challenge 2022 while representing Trinity College Dublin and TU Dublin in the competitive international event.
17 Aug 2022
Awards and Funding|Innovation|Students
Minister Simon Harris visits Disability Hub and Health Centre
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science Simon Harris visited Trinity College Dublin today to view the university’s soon-to-open Disability Hub and Health Centre.
17 Aug 2022