Researchers from TILDA have found that sleep duration is an important contributor to good mental and physical health in the older Irish population.
Anthea Butler, Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania delivered the 2019 Annual Humanities Horizons Lecture at Trinity College Dublin.
The HMI will use the US $600,000 grant to extend the Simons Visiting Professors, Simons Postdoctoral Fellows, and Simons Visiting Scholars programmes.
The “Pollival” study led by Trinity shows that the loss of pollinators in Ireland could risk a €20-59 million hit per year in crop production from locally sources alone.
Dr Mina Bissell has changed the way we look at cancer and its surroundings, challenging several established paradigms in her research.
The 11th International Cancer Conference will see global leaders in cancer research mapping out new ‘personal’ approaches for cancer patients.
Two innovative projects from the Department of Clinical Medicine were announced as successful applicants to the government funding scheme.
Major public discussion on the Future of Ireland’s borders calls for a return to the John Hume spirit of the “island of communities” – not uniting territory but uniting people.
Join us in Trinity and journey through the best that Irish research has to offer as this year’s offering of PROBE takes centre stage from 5 pm on Friday September 27.
Such experiments should have been conducted before surgical mesh was used to operate on people – many of whom are now living with serious, debilitating consequences.