Trinity College Dublin today unveiled its Sport Scholarship students for 2020/21. Student athletes from a wide variety of sports are featured in this year’s programme.
Mind, Body, Boost Project awarded over €391,000 in funding from EU Commission’s Erasmus+ Sport 2020 programme. The Trinity Sport led project was submitted under the ‘collaborative partnerships action’ category.
The fellowships will foster innovation within the Public Sector by supporting the development and implementation of data-driven and evidence-based approaches.
This novel marketplace directly connects increasing global market demand for nature-based solutions (from public and private sector ‘buyers’) with supply (innovative enterprises developing new sustainable nature-based solutions).
Trinity College Dublin unveiled a new curriculum for undergraduate students today which places emphasis on critical thinking, global citizenship, engagement with employers and flexible learning.
The research also indicates a strong relationship between heat and microplastic release, such that warmer liquids (formula or water used to sterilise bottles) result in far greater release, underlining the need for appropriate mitigation strategies and new plastic technologies.
Researchers are highlighting a unique study to mark International Developmental Language Disorder Awareness Day.
The surprising discovery, which may have significant implications for the design of quantum computing chips, brings back to life the paradoxical “Maxwell’s demon”, which has tormented physicists for over 150 years.
Researchers have undertaken the first multi-centred, international, qualitative study exploring the rower experience of sporting low back pain (LBP).
Since 2006, Trinity alumni produced 277 entrepreneurs, formed 254 venture-backed companies, and raised capital of approximately US 4.8 billion.