Vulnerable groups, such as the very young, people with disabilities, frail older people and marginalised groups, continue to experience poor oral health in Ireland.
Trinity’s Professor Louis Brennan, who has studied the business of space for some time, features in this podcast about the current space race and its wider implications.
The award reflects the commitment to increasing public access and education, while maintaining the care and governance of the historic collection.
Older adults driving, being driven by a partner/spouse and taking public transport have better mental health, social participation and social networks.
The first CDKL5-Ireland: Family Awareness Day raised awareness of CDKL5 – a rare brain developmental deficiency disorder – and showcased current research.
Dr Andrea Droghetti and Dr Lewys Jones will use their Fellowships to build independent research careers and to become future leaders in their fields.
Professor Tomás Ryan will work to further our understanding of brain function and assist policy makers working in the area of mental health.
The team deciphered the history of early bovines by sequencing 67 ancient genomes from both wild and domestic cattle sampled from across eight millennia.
Researchers at Trinity College Dublin have identified, for the first time in oesophageal cancer, the cancer killing capability of a lesser-known type of immune cell, presenting a new potential therapeutic target.
The results have important implications for conservation strategies and for predicting which species will be the winners and losers from the global environment crisis.