The results have important implications for conservation strategies and for predicting which species will be the winners and losers from the global environment crisis.
Researchers from the School of Dental Science at Trinity have carried out the first review of the effectiveness of oral hygiene interventions specifically designed for people with intellectual disabilities.
Using peas instead of wheat to produce gin significantly reduces the environmental footprint associated with the process.
Four new professors in Middle Eastern Studies will join the Centre with the vision and purpose of promoting Middle Eastern Studies within Ireland and globally.
The Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI) reached a significant milestone when Atlantic Philanthropies finalised a gift to UC San Francisco (UCSF) and Trinity College Dublin to continue to address the global dementia epidemic.
Using parish incomes as proxies for wealth enabled has shone new light on the economics, politics and culture of medieval Ireland.
AMBER, the SFI Research Centre for Advanced Materials and Bio-Engineering Research headquartered at Trinity will see 350 new research positions created between 2019-25.
The summer school aims to help students bridge the gap between fundamental academic research and commercialisation activities.
Registrar’s Civic Engagement Award 2019 announced with joint winners IDS TILDA research team led by Prof Mary McCarron & Professor Michael Shevlin, Director of the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities (TCPID)
Over 30 MSc candidates will display posters about their work, with guests from industry grabbing a peek at the latest technology and talent emerging from Trinity.