For more than 2 years, the EU-funded SHAPE-ID project at Trinity College Dublin has been working with European partners with a particular focus on how to strengthen the integration of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS) in inter-and transdisciplinary research
Donation will kickstart Trinity East, the first new campus proposed by Trinity in its 429-year history, to be modelled on innovation districts such as Cambridge Square in Boston and similar districts in Toronto, Rotterdam and Barcelona.
The research work of Dr Dania Movia and Prof Adriele Prina-Mello is among those cited in a knowledge base developed by the EU Reference Laboratory for Alternatives to Animal Testing.
Leading researchers and inventors, including Kingston Mills, Professor of Experimental Immunology at Trinity College Dublin, were recognised for their innovative research and entrepreneurship at the Trinity Innovation Awards 2020 awards last night.
Collaborative research from scientists at the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) at Trinity College Dublin, and the University of Lancaster in the UK, examines the risk factors associated with open fire use, revealing a variety of potentially negative consequences for health.
A €2 million research infrastructure to support advanced experimentation in communications networks, has been launched by CONNECT, the Science Foundation Ireland centre for future networks, at Trinity College Dublin.
Eleven Trinity College Dublin enterprise-focused research projects were among 50 that received a total of €4.3 million in funding under the Irish Research Council’s 2020 Enterprise Partnership Scheme.
Trinity College Dublin has welcomed the Government’s €4.8M investment into a collaborative partnership at the university researching the immune response to COVID-19.
The Trinity College Dublin-led Beyond 2022 project will mark the 98th anniversary of the fire that destroyed the Public Record Office of Ireland at Dublin’s Four Courts with a virtual showcase and discussion.
Prof. Doug Leith and Dr Stephen Farrell at the School of Computer Science and Statistics at Trinity College Dublin have published new studies raising concerns on the technology of contact tracing apps