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.
The team was succesful for their efforts with Intel, with whom a new research collaboration has recently been agreed to enable world-class research to continue between the global company, Trinity, and AMBER.
Trinity College Dublin and Camara Ireland are today kicking off phase 2 of their award-winning project Tech2Students (T2S) and this time it’s going nationwide.
Trinity researchers have authored a series of articles in the “hybrid” field of Neurohumanities, marking an exciting new chapter to expand connections across the neurosciences and humanities.
The Trinity College Dublin Trust is inviting applications from student groups for grants from a special fund of €100,000 to support student life during the pandemic. This fund has been established to assist societies, sports clubs and other organised student groups to develop new projects.
The team is building a platform that allows users to list unwanted belongings and materials, which another user can then collect and upcycle.
Irish poet, Stephen Sexton, has been awarded the Rooney Prize for Irish Literature 2020, for his first collection of works, Oils & If All the World and Love Were Young.
Over the weekend, Trinity HistoryCon 3.0 (Re) Programming History took place online and all the talks are still available via the HistoryCon YouTube channel and website.
Trinity Business School’s Education Building has just won an Irish Construction Excellence Award.
The biodiversity audit of the famous 130-acre Dublin site shows that it contains 14 distinct habitats that provide homes to more than 800 different species of plant, animal and fungus.