The developed technologies will drive advances in medicine and industry and impact advanced scientific computing and machine learning.
The two new beautiful bird species are called the Wakatobi white-eye and the Wangi-wangi white-eye.
Experts presented international evidence for access to medicines for these diseases to parliamentarians and political staff.
Trinity College Dublin and Tallaght University Hospital researchers have coordinated a successful H2020 bid with a value of €4.05 million for a collaborative project involving 23 partners across Europe, linking healthcare data in autoimmune disease. HELICAL: HEalth data LInkage for ClinicAL benefit is a MSCA innovative training network comprising 17 academic and 9 non-academic/industry partners […]
Trinity’s School of Natural Sciences and Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) today that will enable both institutions to collaborate closely across fisheries research projects. Minister of State with responsibility for the inland fisheries sector, Sean Canney, attended the signing and welcomed the formalisation of the partnership. The MOU was signed […]
Each awardee will receive up to €1 million in funding over a period of up to four years to pursue frontier basic research.
Trinity played host to the worldwide programme, which opens the window of cutting-edge physics to young investigators.
World AI experts are meeting in Dublin this week to develop international standards at an international plenary hosted by Trinity’s ADAPT and the National Standards Authority of Ireland.
Project INTEGRITY, which will last three years, has received funding of €2.4 million via the EU Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme.
The students’ prototypes ranged from navigation aids for the blind to doorbells for the deaf.