45 students studying on the Trinity Access Programmes (TAP) Foundation Course for Higher Education have celebrated their graduation at Trinity College.
Over a quarter of adults aged 50+ are deficient in vitamin D according researchers from Trinity College Dublin who announced their findings today (Thursday, June 13th). Over half (57%) had inadequate serum vitamin D levels, of which 26% were classed as vitamin D deficient. Vitamin D has a known role in bone health, with growing […]
During their visit, the King and Queen visited Trinity’s Long Room and also enjoyed a special viewing of the Dutch ‘Fagel collection’.
Professor of Surgery at Trinity College, Professor Kevin Conlon has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the American Surgical Association.
The researchers hope to assess how the global climate crisis may impact these apex predators, whose physiology is directly affected by temperature.
Trinity’s first Living Research Excellence Strategy and Research Charter have been launched by the Provost, Dr Patrick Prendergast.
The virus dulls the normal immune response to viral infection by hijacking our own cellular machinery that ordinarily initiates the response.
The Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities (TCPID) was proud to host its third annual ‘SciFest@TCPID supported by Abbott’ exhibition and award ceremony this week. The event was held in the Science Gallery in Trinity and showcased an exciting array of investigative science and technology projects, researched and curated by current TCPID students. SciFest@TCPID, […]
The centre will be equipped with a 3D video globe, a large video wall, interactive flat screen displays, and a LOFAR radio telescope network activity wall.
They have been created thanks to interdisciplinary collaboration between experts in botany, education and engineering.