A new exhibition in the Old Library explores eight centuries of communication disabilities exploring how these were understood and managed.
A team of geneticists has discovered new biological targets that may help devise alternative therapies for cancers that are becoming resistant to existing drugs.
Scientists have identified a family of proteins which are associated with better control of blood sugar levels and disease in type 2 diabetes patients.
It seems that repetitive impacts – as opposed to single events – cause the all-important damage to blood vessels in the brain.
The new, biologically produced material, will be a material of choice for next-generation optoelectronic and photonic devices.
The project reinterpreted a classic Beckett text in a way that is engaging for 21st Century audiences, by using cutting-edge interactive digital media technologies.
Tangent, Trinity’s Ideas Workspace, a new cutting-edge innovation facility, co-located in the Trinity College Business School, has been officially launched.
Trinity College announces the Tony Coote Assistant Professor in Motor Neuron Disease (MND).
Eighty-one scientists from Trinity feature in a new citation metrics database that systematically and objectively ranks 100,000 of the most-cited scientists across the globe.
Walking your dog is linked to greater physical activity and social participation according to new TILDA research.