Trinity announced a major expansion of its Chinese Studies programme at the Trinity Centre for Asian Studies to mark the arrival of the Year of the Pig.
A new research project led by Trinity College Dublin in collaboration Rugby Players Ireland is seeking to shed new light on the general health and wellness of retired elite athletes, with a particular focus on impact sports and brain health.
Professor of Molecular Diagnostics, Orla Sheils and Director of the Trinity Translational Medicine Institute (TTMI) at the School of Medicine delivered her inaugural Trinity lecture recently.
‘Gaming for Peace’ is a new training tool with an inbuilt curriculum in soft skills for peacekeepers as well as an assessment of those skills.
The newly developed medicine could be used to treat hundreds of thousands of patients with tuberculosis.
Comparing records of venom potency and quantity for over 100 venomous snake species shows that potency depends on what a species eats.
Professor Draper, from Trinity’s School of Chemistry, won the 2018 Institute of Chemistry of Ireland David Brown award for her contribution to inorganic chemistry.
The University’s leading researchers and inventors were acknowledged for their innovative research and entrepreneurship at the Trinity Innovation Awards 2018 special awards ceremony.
The enduring appeal of the Christmas ghost story, twinkling stars and exoplanets and how climate change will affect Christmas trees were among topics explored at a festive research showcase recently.
Research led by neuroscientists at Trinity College Dublin has found for the first time that regions of the brain responsible for complex thought do not shut off in the unconscious state.