Up to 4,000 people were contacted by the 60 volunteers operating the Contact Tracing Centre in Trinity. Thirty of these volunteers were staff from the Faculty of Health Sciences while others were from the Department of An Taoiseach and the HPRA.
Novel collaboration between TILDA, NCPOP, HSE and RCPI is to benefit Ireland’s older people through innovative Frailty Education Programme.
The generous gift to the Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities (TCPID) has come from The Rory McDonagh Trust.
Stargazers will travel all around Ireland with virtual tours of historical and modern observatories and astrophysics research sites and chat to astrophysics researchers about exploring the universe for a career.
The success was linked to engagement around the ShareCity project, which assesses the practice and sustainability potential of city-based food sharing economies.
In the Sunday Independent, Prof. Luke O’Neill wrote about the parallels between the film Jaws and COVID-19, casting Tony Holohan as Chief Brody
Trinity College Dublin has welcomed the Government’s €4.8M investment into a collaborative partnership at the university researching the immune response to COVID-19.
Trinity Business School has risen to 11th position in Europe and 4th across the UK and Ireland in the 2020 Executive MBA rankings produced by The Economist.
Trinity researchers to study how people 50 years and older in Ireland have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The course offers support and trusted evidence-based information to women at a time when face-to-face antenatal classes are cancelled due to COVID-19.