The flagship research project led by Trinity will digitally recreate seven centuries of historical records of the Public Record Office of Ireland destroyed by fire at Dublin’s Four Courts at the beginning of the Irish Civil War.
The report is based on over 100 survey responses that were collected from transgender, non-binary, and gender non-conforming students in Irish higher education programmes this past summer.
How sex, violence and exclusion shaped masculine expectations in medieval Europe was explored in an inaugural lecture by Ruth Mazo Karras, Lecky Professor of History at Trinity College Dublin.
Researchers at Trinity College have published the National Deprivation Index for Ireland.
Poor transportation availability can result in poor access to health care and employment, reinforcing the cycle of poverty, low life expectancy and high child mortality.
The question of whether it is genes or environment that largely shapes human behaviour has been debated for centuries. During the second half of the 20th century, there were two camps of scientists – each believing that nature or nurture, respectively, was exclusively at play.
Dr Rachel McDonnell, Assistant Professor in Creative Technologies at Trinity, focuses her research on the animation of virtual humans for the entertainment industry and virtual reality (VR).
Dr Gavin Doherty, Associate Professor in Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity, focuses his research on designing healthcare technology – particularly to support better mental health.
Stevie the socially assistive robot, developed by robotics experts from Trinity’s School of Engineering, features in iconic magazine TIME’s exclusive list of the 100 best inventions of 2019. The annual list, just-announced, celebrates 100 inventions that are making the world better, smarter and even a bit more fun.
A fascinating new website featuring high-resolution scans of eighteenth-century play manuscripts will now allow people to see exactly what phrases, words and speeches were deemed out of bounds in the past.