Professor Tomás Ryan joins a network of 30 outstanding early- to mid-career European neuroscientists
waytoB is a smart tech solution comprising a smartwatch and app that grants unparalleled independence to people living with an intellectual disability.
The automated diagnostic platform can quantify bleeding – and thrombotic risks – in a single drop of blood, within seconds.
Formula Trinity – the University’s first ever Formula Student team – participated in the international Formula Student Competition at Silverstone Race track in the United Kingdom last week.
Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin has been included in Condé Nast Traveler’s recently-published list of their favourite museums in the capital, alongside leading venues like Kilmainham Gaol, the National Museum of Natural History and the Irish Museum of Modern Art.
Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex will be paying a visit to Trinity College Dublin on Wednesday 11 July 2018.
The event, which will welcome over 4,000 delegates, is a significant boost for Ireland’s growing international reputation for bioengineering research.
An Enterprise Ireland innovation partnership has created new manufacturing technology for the smart factory of the future.
Professor John Boland has been awarded an Outstanding Researcher Award from the Intel Corporate Research Council (CRC).
PhD Researcher, Laura Hayes, is working with other experts in space science and in artificial intelligence at NASA’s two-month Frontier Development Lab.