In a speech entitled ‘The EU – COVID Impact and Facing up to Climate Change’, Commissioner McGuinness noted that expectations were for faster economic growth and recovery than had been expected several months ago.
Joint departmental backing from Government will help experts develop a national Business and Biodiversity Platform to enable the private sector to take practical, measurable actions to address the biodiversity crisis.
The walk-in clinic will be open on campus on Monday 27 September and Wednesday 29 September from 8.30am – 8pm in the Marquee at New Square.
Trinity is ranked first in Ireland for employer reputation and alumni outcomes and is among the top 50 in the world for graduate employment rate.
In the second of our Spotlight On series, we meet Dr Alison Fernandes, Assistant Professor in Philosophy, and hear about her fascinating research into temporal asymmetry.
Torn ligaments and tendons are the bane of athletes and runners. They are difficult to heal and often require months or years of rehab, meaning existing approaches are very costly and inefficient.
Professor Iracema Leroi talks about the critical importance of clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease and other types of dementia and how giving up is not an option when it comes to research.
Trinity’s eye-opening research is published in leading international journal Science Advances and refines previously accepted views of a dual-genomic ancestry.
The sensors could be used in connected, low-cost devices for homes, or integrated in wearable devices used to monitor human health.
The new website offers information about consent, positive sexual experiences, supports for survivors of sexual violence, trauma-informed approaches for staff and information and training for students, staff and other institutions.