Professor Barton, an expert in the chemistry of DNA, became the first female to deliver the Cocker Lecture.
Five Trinity academics have been elected as new members of the Royal Irish Academy for their exceptional contribution to the sciences, humanities and social sciences, and to public service.
The scientists used large radio telescopes and ultraviolet cameras on a NASA spacecraft to better understand the exotic “fourth state of matter” known as plasma.
NearBy benefits mobile users, network operators and network equipment vendors by handling ‘hand-over’ requests more efficiently between cell towers.
The scientists behind Heliosphere want to hear how people use and engage with social media, as well as their hopes and fears for its future.
A low-cost turbine in the water supply network is reducing energy consumption from the Blackstairs Group Water Scheme in Co. Wexford.
Researchers at Trinity College have found that socio-economic inequalities in children’s body mass index (BMI) emerge during the pre-school years and widen across childhood and into early adolescence
As the spotlight falls on Biodiversity Week 2019, two of Trinity’s scientists speak out about the seriousness of the global biodiversity loss crisis.
Stevie II is the successor to Stevie, a prototype assistance robot who took the country by storm in 2017. Stevie II embodies significant technological upgrades and advanced AI capabilities.
Stevie II is the AI-developed successor to Stevie (a prototype assistance robot who took the country by storm in 2017).