Around 7.5% of the 6,000 weekly trips made via Bleeperbike could have happened by car or taxi, which saves an estimated five tonnes of carbon per year.
Trinity health researchers have been identified as ’emerging investigators’ in the latest Health Research Board awards scheme.
Trinity is positioned 108th globally, and 37th in Europe.
Over a quarter of adults aged 50+ are deficient in vitamin D according researchers from Trinity College Dublin who announced their findings today (Thursday, June 13th). Over half (57%) had inadequate serum vitamin D levels, of which 26% were classed as vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D has a known role in bone health, with growing […]
A greater focus on “heritage languages”, in addition to English and Irish learning, is needed in Irish schools according to an expert from Trinity.
Professor of Surgery at Trinity College, Professor Kevin Conlon has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the American Surgical Association.
‘Drawing your attention: Four Centuries of Political Caricature’ includes the Library’s own collections, with originals from its extensive 18th and 19th century collection.
Trinity will join the likes of Dublin Airport, King John’s Castle in Limerick and Baily Lighthouse in lighting its buildings blue.
The researchers hope to assess how the global climate crisis may impact these apex predators, whose physiology is directly affected by temperature.
Trinity’s first Living Research Excellence Strategy and Research Charter have been launched by the Provost, Dr Patrick Prendergast.