The annual Jailbreak competition is just around the corner again, with over ten teams comprising Trinity students and graduates participating in this year’s adventure.
The Global Relations Strategy (GRS 3) will see a step change in internationalisation for the University and higher education in Ireland.
On Tuesday morning you may have noticed this group of students on the steps of the Exam Hall in Front Square, they were undergraduate students from the Department of Clinical Speech and Language Studies who recently learnt about potential changes to speech and swallowing as a result of motor neurone disease (MND) and the impact this can have […]
Trinity Live, a new student mobile app designed and developed by students has been launched by the Provost, Dr Patrick Prendergast.
The social innovation programme that provides supports, creative outlets, mentorship and the chance to have a real impact on a global problem, has been launched.
The Health Research Board presents its first HRB Impact Award to Dean of Health Sciences Professor Mary McCarron recognising how her research has transformed the health, care and living environments of people ageing with ID.
Eleven Trinity projects were among the 38 research projects awarded funding by SFI to support the commercialisation of government-funded research.
At last week’s public talk on ‘Northern Ireland – from Peace talks to Brexit’ a panel of speakers spoke about different aspects of the North in the context of Brexit.
An EU funded programme which aims to address the lack of specific learning material for people with learning disabilities is being implemented by Trinity with five European partners.
The public lecture on “Independence, Nationalism and Democracy” was hosted by the School of Social Sciences and Philosophy and Trinity Research in Social Sciences (TRiSS).