A new study completed by TILDA researchers at Trinity found that vitamin D deficiency is associated with a 75% increase in the risk of developing depression.
From AI and genetic manipulation to transhumanism, conflict and design, a new Trinity discussion series will explore how we understand ourselves, the world, and our place within it
Research presented at the Meath Foundation Research Symposium told that a lack of mental health services was a factor, as over 50% of respondents reported living with stress.
The researchers are working with industry partner, Interxion, to deliver cost-effective options that will reduce negative environmental impacts.
IDS-TILDA launch new research documentary to challenge stereotypes on ageing with an intellectual disability.
Trinity College Dublin has been awarded funding of €1.5 million to lead an international research project to build a toolkit to promote interdisciplinary research.
Filmmakers, writers and historians gathered in Trinity College Dublin to celebrate their shared love of history at the inaugural Trinity HistoryCon on Friday, November 30th, 2018.
New findings by TILDA (the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing at Trinity College Dublin) present the ‘Change in life circumstances’ for Ireland’s over 50s between 2009 and 2016
Dr Laura Cleaver and Dr Aline Vidotto have secured highly competitive ERC Consolidator Grant awards, valued at €2 million each, to pursue frontier research and strengthen their research teams.
waytoB, a smart tech solution that gives independence back to people with intellectual disability, was judged one of the world’s finest digital innovations with impact on society.