New Growing Up in Ireland research highlights how lives of 9-year-olds and their families were affected by the recession.
Five researchers from the School of Medicine have been awarded funding for motor neuron disease, cancer and blindness projects from the HRB/MRCG Joint Funding Scheme.
The team’s solution addresses the ongoing challenge of air filtration for buildings by reducing the mass of particle pollution entering, as well as saving energy.
The scientists now know which element of the “speed gene” determines whether racehorses are best suited to sprint-, middle- or long-distance races.
A public discussion in Trinity College Dublin looked at the rise of populism, the erosion of democracy and the past events and ‘cultural trauma’ which might be to blame.
Trinity’s Department of Russian and Slavonic Studies was presented with the 2018 Polonicum Prize at a ceremony in Warsaw. The prize is awarded for outstanding achievements in promoting the Polish language, culture and history outside Poland.
Professor in Genetics at Trinity, Aoife McLysaght, will join Professor Alice Roberts in delivering the 2018 CHRISTMAS LECTURES.
New research uncovers the life of an ‘exhausted macrophage’ or lung cell of a smoker and why it is unable to fight infectious diseases, such as TB.
Trinity’s free massive open online course, Achieving Sustainable Development, will shine a light on the challenges facing the world and the actions needed to create a better one.
The School of Histories and Humanities and Glasnevin Trust launched a conference, ‘Pandemic: Ireland and the Great Flu 1918-1919’, at Glasnevin Cemetery Museum , marking the centenary of the Great Flu in Ireland.