Scientists in the ancient DNA laboratory in Trinity sequenced the genomes of ancient (4500-5000 yrs old) Maltese humans from the collective cave burials at the Xaghra Circle and compared these with genomes of contemporary groups from around Europe.
Also known as pigmentocracy, colourism is defined as discrimination that privileges light-skinned people of colour over their darker-skinned peers.
Ireland’s historic, economic and demographic ties to the region run deeper than is often realised – it’s time we started paying attention sats Dr Marvin Suesse in this article published by The Sunday Business Post.
Trinity researchers believe we need to better understand how to build resilience, in a sustainable way, ensuring the Irish health system is prepared for subsequent, economic, climate, health or political crises.
The image was produced by a global research team called the Event Horizon Telescope (EHT) Collaboration – which includes Trinity College – using observations from a worldwide network of radio telescopes.
The unveiling is part of a national series of commemorative plaques honouring leaders in Science & Technology.
At the heart of Digi-ID programme is listening to the digital inclusion needs and experiences of people with intellectual disabilities. The project has just received a 3 year education innovation programme funding of €2.2million from EIT Health.
A new art exhibition featuring protest art from Hong Kong goes on display in the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute this week.
New research suggests that some women living with and beyond a breast cancer diagnosis in Ireland are not availing of important supports in the workplace to successfully return to work following cancer treatment.
16 research projects, spanning a wide and diverse range of research have been awarded in the latest round of funding from Science Foundation Ireland (SFI).