The Symposium brought together international and national experts to discuss framing dementia as a disability and disability rights/human rights issue.
Understanding how the brain produces consciousness and how it can be preserved after devastating brain injury is the focus of a new international research collaboration.
The astrophysicists assisted hundreds of people, young and old, in viewing the Transit through a high-power telescope, while Mercury’s progress was also screened live on a large-screen TV.
Yvonne Buckley, Professor of Zoology at Trinity, features on RTÉ One’s ‘Will Ireland Survive 2050?’ documentary tonight [Monday 11th November] as the spotlight falls on the global climate crisis.
A high-power telescope will offer the chance to observe the smallest planet in our solar system move across the face of the Sun.
By the seaside in Gaza City. Yaser Alashqar, Author provided Yaser Alashqar, Trinity College Dublin In his latest update to the UN Security Council in late October, Nicolay Mlandenov, the UN’s special coordinator for the Middle East peace process, warned that as the occupation of Palestinian land continues and a two-state solution moves further away: […]
Scientists from Trinity have taken a giant stride towards solving a riddle that would provide the world with entirely renewable, clean energy from which water would be the only waste product.
Professors Lydia Lynch and Danny Kelly of Trinity have won Science Foundation Ireland 2019 Science Awards for their significant research contributions.
Ageing is inevitable and is influenced by many things – but keeping active can slow ageing and increase life expectancy.
Over the next 12 months, the team will quantify both habitat and species diversity on the 130-acre site.