Microsoft will provide significant funding to support PhD students working on cutting-edge quantum research at Trinity and the establishment of a female scholarship programme for Trinity’s MSc in Quantum Science and Technology
For more than 2 years, the EU-funded SHAPE-ID project at Trinity College Dublin has been working with European partners with a particular focus on how to strengthen the integration of the Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS) in inter-and transdisciplinary research
There will be solar telescopes with cameras and you can join leading researchers live on YouTube for the watch party, which will showcase a close-up of the Sun so that we can see the eclipse as it happens.
The work will be led by Trinity’s Dr David Finlay to optimise the metabolism and engineering of NK cells for improved cancer therapies.
We are excited to announce that Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience (TCIN) has been awarded Platinum Level Green Lab certification from My Green Lab, the first in Trinity and second in Ireland to achieve this status.
The newly published book is an introductory Irish guide that brings together local and international research to help dispel some of the myths and stigma surrounding dementia.
Trinity’s student Matthew Thomas wins 2021 Mary Mulvihill judges’ highly commended award for his essay ‘Compromised: Lessons learned from the AIDS epidemic’.
“Táimid thar a bheith sásta go mbeidh togha na scoláirí linn chun ceiliúradh a dhéanamh ar a bhfuil déanta ag an Ollamh McManus do léann na Gaeilge le breis is ceathracha bliain, mar thaighdeoir, mar léachtóir, mar eagarthóir agus, thar aon ní eile, mar chrann taca i gcónaí do scoláirí óga.”
Plean Bee, screens this Thursday, 20th May [World Bee Day], at 9:30 pm on TG4. It showcases the All-Ireland Pollinator Plan, which was developed by a cross-sectoral group of stakeholders and co-founded by Jane Stout, Professor in Botany in Trinity’s School of Natural Sciences.
New research from Wladislaw Rivkin at Trinity Business School, Fabiola Gerpott and Dana Unger demonstrates that commuting reduces productivity at work by draining mental energy, effecting our ability to fully focus on what we’re doing when we finally arrive at work.