Chancellor of the University, Mary Robinson, presided over the ceremony for the last time after 21 years in the position.
Trinity College Dublin and Tallaght University Hospital researchers have coordinated a successful H2020 bid with a value of €4.05 million for a collaborative project involving 23 partners across Europe, linking healthcare data in autoimmune disease. HELICAL: HEalth data LInkage for ClinicAL benefit is a MSCA innovative training network comprising 17 academic and 9 non-academic/industry partners […]
Trinity’s School of Natural Sciences and Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) today that will enable both institutions to collaborate closely across fisheries research projects. Minister of State with responsibility for the inland fisheries sector, Sean Canney, attended the signing and welcomed the formalisation of the partnership. The MOU was signed […]
This is the first year of the prize, which will be awarded on an annual basis to the author of an outstanding debut poetry book collection in the English language.
Each awardee will receive up to €1 million in funding over a period of up to four years to pursue frontier basic research.
Final year Business and French student, Marie-Louise O’Callaghan, was the winner on the 25th anniversary of the programme.
An exhibition of 80 handmade books written and illustrated by Dublin primary schoolchildren was unveiled by award-winning children’s book author Dave Rudden in the iconic Old Library of Trinity College Dublin last night.
Celeste Kidd, Assistant Professor, University of California, Berkeley and one of the leading figures of the global #MeToo movement visited Trinity as part of the 2019 TCD Neurohumanities Public Talks series to discuss and explore how sexual harassment is especially salient in academia.
Dublin City Council in collaboration with Trinity, Dublin City University, and 2GoCup Ltd. have launched the pilot Co-Cup Deposit and Return Scheme in the City Council’s Civic Offices today, 8 April.
Project INTEGRITY, which will last three years, has received funding of €2.4 million via the EU Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme.