Dr Jacek Kibilda has been awarded the inaugural CONNECT ‘Education and Public Engagement Award’ in recognition of his work with migrant teenagers in Dublin.
A multi-health-system perspective across 30 countries benchmarks existing services and supports optimal practice in the equity of access to care, and the trust and transparency in care delivery.
Trinity College Library will mark the launch of a digital version of its precious Oscar Wilde collection with a public lecture by noted Wilde biographer Michèle Mendelssohn on Wednesday October 17th, 2018.
The first edition of the letters of Oliver Goldsmith in almost a century was recently launched by the Chancellor of Trinity College Dublin, Mary Robinson at an event in the Long Room.
A Trinity delegation of six is showcasing a range of research including ‘Stevie’ the robot at Maker Faire Rome.
The Centre will provide an important focus for the Making Ireland research theme across a wide range of disciplines in Trinity.
Trinity’s Chair of Biochemistry, Luke O’Neill, is one of the co-founders of Sitryx, which has raised $30 million after its Series A round of financing.
Trinity and National Parents Council join forces to demystify computer coding and help parents/guardians and children work together to develop essential skills.
Researchers, clinicians and public health experts are discussing the latest in research and patient care in Hepatitis C, Hepatitis B, Zika, HIV and Dengue.
Over two centuries, capitalist ethos has swung from profit-taking for the few, to a distribution of wealth to the many, and back again. Is the pendulum poised to swing once more? asks Professor Louis Brennan in this piece for The Conversation.