People all over the world can explore how books were made, bought, sold, and read, in the four-week online course, which starts on November 18th, 2019.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery at Trinity College have launched a suite of on-line resources for mothers, based on the findings of the MAMMI Study.
The students acquitted themselves well in the Student Heat Sink Design Challenge, which provided a taste of additive manufacturing in the real world.
Dr Nessa O’Connor has been awarded an International Recognition of Professional Excellence (IRPE) Prize in marine ecology for her research.
The Dermot McAleese Teaching Awards were presented in the School of Social Sciences and Philosophy in recognition of their commitment in teaching and learning.
Researchers from TILDA have found that sleep duration is an important contributor to good mental and physical health in the older Irish population.
Young minds will learn of Ireland’s huge contributions to science, and be inspired to think like scientists.
Anthea Butler, Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Africana Studies at the University of Pennsylvania delivered the 2019 Annual Humanities Horizons Lecture at Trinity College Dublin.
The money was raised by staff and students participating in the Great Dublin Bike Ride.
This bestowal is another recognition of Prof Wright’s exceptional career studying and promoting French literature and painting.