Undergraduates from Trinity’s School of Mathematics worked on 14 projects ranging from exploring interesting questions in pure mathematics to theoretical physics and applied data analysis and statistics.
One ‘shooting stars’ per may be seen each minute with the naked eye at the peak, which should fall at night on Saturday August 12.
Understanding why populist and authoritarian approaches to government are becoming more attractive than democracy is the focus of a new international research project led by Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute.
International scientists are gathering in Dublin to celebrate AMBER researchers unlocking wonder material graphene, which is the thinnest and strongest material known to science.
The biennial 37th International Symposium on Combustion is being held in Ireland for the first time.
Fear of litigation and perceived safety concerns and are among the key factors influencing the decision to perform a caesarean section, according to an international literature review conducted by researchers at the School of Nursing and Midwifery.
A public discussion on how Samuel Beckett thought and wrote about disability and an exhibition featuring highlights of Trinity College Dublin’s world-renowned Beckett collection will form part of Trinity’s annual Samuel Beckett Summer School taking place this week
Trinity’s ADAPT Centre has been shortlisted for two projects in the 2018 DatSci Awards under the category of ‘Best Contribution to Data Science by an Academic Research Body’
Professor Cliona O’Farrelly will give a guest talk at the opening of an inspiring exhibition, which links to the upcoming Schrödinger at 75 – The Future of Biology conference.
Professor Tomás Ryan joins a network of 30 outstanding early- to mid-career European neuroscientists