Entry points for many courses were very near to last year’s levels, although there has been strong demand for entry to the new Science programmes.
Professor Anna Davies, an expert in sustainability research, will work to advance science as a global public good.
These winner-take-all connectivity pathways in random networks, where memory is distributed across the network but encoded in specific connectivity pathways, are similar to those found in biological systems.
Data from over 5,000 adults over the age of 60 indicates that as waist:hip ratio increases, so does cognitive impairment.
Four newly funded projects will see researchers develop novel nanotherapeutics, explore influences on the initiation of technological support required long-term to sustain a child’s life, pursue selective therapies, and investigate the genetics of human evolution and disease.
Detailed maps show wide variations in wealth in Ireland circa 1300, and also indicate the significant impact of the Great European Famine and the Bruce Invasion.
The Fellows, working at the Global Brain Health Institute, which is a partnership between Trinity College Dublin and the University of California, San Francisco, are among 267 changemakers solving pressing inequality issues around the world.
Over 90% of at-risk young adults who participated remain in full-time employment or in formal education two years later.
An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar T.D. and Provost Patrick Prendergast have launched a far-reaching plan for the creation of the Grand Canal Innovation District in Dublin.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex visited Trinity College Dublin where they received a warm welcome from members of the public, joined by College staff and students gathered in the University’s Front Square.