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A New Leaf: Trinity plants trees in Santry
Universities throughout Ireland are taking part in the week by offering events for staff and students to learn about the climate crisis and undertake local actions.
12 Oct 2022
Coláiste na Tríonóide sa 161ú háit i Rangú THE ar Ollscoileanna an Domhain
Is éard a dúirt an Propast Linda Doyle: “Táimid mórtasach as an obair den scoth a dhéanann ár mbaill foirne agus ár mic léinn, agus tá cruthaithe go láidir againn i gcatagóirí amhail luanna, agus is léargas é sin ar an aitheantas maith atá faighte ag taighde Choláiste na Tríonóide."
12 Oct 2022
‘Democracy & the Legacy of Revolutionary Violence’
Democracy and the Legacy of Revolutionary Violence was the theme of the sixth Annual Edmund Burke Lecture delivered by Canadian writer, historian and former politician Michael Ignatieff.
11 Oct 2022
Pioneering system ensures money doesn't follow water down the drain
National Trust Cymru have been working with researchers from Trinity and Bangor University on a pioneering heat recovery system at Penrhyn Castle. Results show it reduces energy consumption by 230 kWh per month, equivalent to £1,770 per annum in heat savings.
11 Oct 2022
Inaugural Lecture - Professor Jennifer McElwain
We hope you will join us for Professor Jennifer Mc Elwain's talk on 'A Journey into Deep Time with Fossil Plants'
11 Oct 2022
Eleven Trinity researchers to receive Irish Research Council Laureate Awards
Eleven researchers from Trinity College Dublin were among the 48 successful applicants of the Irish Research Council (IRC) Starting and Consolidator Laureate Awards announced today. The investment of almost €24 million in ‘curiosity-driven’ frontier research, will fund 48 ground-breaking research projects under the Irish Research Council’s Starting and Consolidator Laureate Awards Programme.
10 Oct 2022
Awards and Funding|Research
Researchers assess benefits of assistance dogs for children with physical disabilities
Researchers from Trinity College Dublin and The Gait Laboratory at the Central Remedial Clinic have teamed up with national charity Dogs for Disabled, based in Cork – and some of their furry friends – to measure the impact of gait training with a dog on walking quality, activity levels and health-related quality of life in ten children with impaired walking ability.
7 Oct 2022
Geneticists discover new wild goat subspecies via ancient DNA
Geneticists from Trinity, together with a team of international collaborators, have discovered a previously unknown lineage of wild goats over ten millennia old. The new goat type, discovered from genetic screening of bone remains and referred to as “the Taurasian tur”, likely survived the Last Glacial Maximum (the ice age), which stranded their ancestors in the high peaks of the Taurus Mountains in Turkey where their remains were found.
6 Oct 2022
Fishing for sharks: hot or not?
New research from marine scientists raises potential red flags for sharks that are caught and released by anglers. The team has discovered that the ocean’s iconic predators typically spike temperatures after they have been caught, which may have physiological and behavioural impacts.
5 Oct 2022
Supporting midwives to empower and educate mothers on breastfeeding: Trinity conference
A two-day conference begins today at Trinity, celebrating the normality of breastfeeding and the vital role of midwives in supporting new mothers to initiate and maintain breastfeeding.
4 Oct 2022