Trinity In The Media

  • New research shows why babies need to move in the womb

     

    March 2018

     

    Scientists have just discovered why babies need to move in the womb to develop strong bones and joints. It turns out there are some key molecular interactions that are stimulated by movement and which guide the cells and tissues of the embryo to build a functionally robust yet malleable skeleton.

     

    Extensive media included pieces in/on:

    Huffington Post

    The Independent (UK)

    The Hindu

    IFL Science

    Inverse

    Iran Daily

    Radio Sarajevo

    RTE.ie

    Irish Examiner

    The Sun

    The Daily Mirror

  • Beyond 2022 project to recreate public record office destroyed in 1922 fire

     

    February 2018

     

    A ground-breaking project to digitally recreate the building and contents of the Public Record Office of Ireland, destroyed by fire at Dublin’s Four Courts at the outset of the Irish Civil War, has been announced by Trinity College Dublin today, February 8th, 2018. Read more here.

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Morning Ireland, RTE

    RTE One O’Clock News 

    RTE Six One News

    RTE.ie

    BBC.co.uk

    IrishTimes.com  

    Siliconrepublic.com

    IrishCentral.com

    TheJournal.ie

    TechCentral.ie

     

  • Trinity engineers unveil Ireland’s first prototype robot for assisted care

     

    November 2017

     

    Robotics engineers from Trinity today unveiled the first prototype robot designed to work in assisted care facilities and help the elderly and people living with disability in Ireland. Read more here.

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Irish Times

    The Times

    Irish Examiner

    Irish Mirror

    RTE.ie

    RTE Six One News

    RTE Radio One Drivetime

    Silicon Republic 1 and 2

    98 FM

    Newstalk

    Tech Central

    The Journal

    The Conversation

     

  • Launch of first major Irish exhibition on Oscar Wilde

    October 2017

     

    The first major Irish exhibition on Oscar Wilde was launched in Trinity's Long Room. Featuring letters, photographs, theatre programmes, books and memorabilia, the exhibition maps out the Anglo-Irish playwright's meteoric rise to fame and also his dramatic fall from grace.

     

    Extensive media included pieces in/on:

    Today with Sean O’Rourke, RTE Radio 1

    Blas, BBC Ulster

    Irish Independent

    Irish Times

    Irish Times, Picture of the Day

    Irish Sun

    Irish Examiner

    IrishCentral.com

    RTE Culture


     

  • Scientists identify new mechanism for the development of schizophrenia

     

    October 2017

     

    Scientists from Trinity and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) have discovered that abnormalities of blood vessels in the brain may play a major role in the development of schizophrenia. Read more here.

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Irish Times

    Irish Independent

    Irish Examiner

    Irish Health

    Science Daily

    RTE.ie

    UPI

    Medical Xpress

    Health Canal

    Science Magazine

  • How healthy is your bike commute in Dublin?

     

    June 2017

     

    Switching from driving to a cycling commute helps Dublin city dwellers improve their physical health and mental wellbeing. However, the overall positive health benefits of cycling to the local population may mask some potential negative health impacts to individual cyclists, according to a new study involving researchers from Trinity College Dublin.

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Irish Times

    Irish Independent 

    The Journal 

    Dublin Live 

    Medical Xpress

    Irish Daily Star

    The Times

    98 FM

    Newstalk Drive

  • Trinity unveils precious Irish manuscripts from the Dark Ages

     

    June 2017

     

    Precious Irish manuscripts from the Dark Ages have been conserved by Trinity College Dublin following a three-year programme funded by Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s global Art Conservation project. The rarely seen manuscripts from early Christianity have been repaired, analysed and digitised and will now go on public display together for the first time, exhibiting the manuscripts’ magnificent artistry and ornamentation by Ireland’s earliest painters.

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Irish Times

    RTE Six One News

    RTE Special Report 

    The Times

    The Journal

  • Up to 460,000 people at risk from unsafe radon exposure in Ireland

     

    May 2017

     

    Around 10% of Ireland’s population is exposed to radon levels that exceed the referenced safe level according to a new ‘risk map’ produced from indoor radon concentration measurements and relevant geological information. Approximately 460,000 individuals may currently be at risk according to researchers from Trinity, who led the work.

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Irish Times 

    Irish Examiner

    Irish Health

    The Journal 

    Daily Mirror

    Medical Independent

     

  • Yogurt consumption in older Irish adults linked with better bone health

     

    May 2017

     

    The largest observational study to date of dairy intakes and bone and frailty measurements in older adults has found that increased yogurt consumption was associated with a higher hip bone density and a significantly reduced risk of osteoporosis in older women and men on the island of Ireland, after taking into account traditional risk factors.

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Irish Independent 

    RTE Online

    Silicon Republic

    Daily Mirror

    Daily Express 

    RTE Six One News  

    Medical Xpress 

    Odisha Sun Times 

    Business Standard

     

  • Ancient meteorite impact sparked long-lived volcanic eruptions on Earth

     

    May 2017

     

    Meteorite impacts can produce more than craters on the Earth – they can also spark volcanic activity that shapes its surface and climate by bringing up material from depth. That is the headline finding of an international team, led by geochemists from Trinity College Dublin, who discovered that large impacts can be followed by intense, long-lived, and explosive volcanic eruptions.

     

    Extensive international media coverage included articles in:

     

    The Times 

    IFL Science

    Mail on Sunday

    International Business Times 

    Business Standard 

    Zee News India 

    The Indian Express 

    Space Daily

  • Only one in 10 adults in Ireland rely on public transport -- TILDA report

     

    April 2017

     

    A new report launched by TILDA at Trinity College Dublin and supported by the Road Safety Authority shows that most older adults rely on cars for transport, as opposed to public transport. It details major differences in the use of public transport between Dublin residents and those living in rural Ireland and reports a serious level of dissatisfaction with rural public transport amongst the over 50s living outside Dublin.

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Irish Times

    Irish Independent 

    RTE Online

    Belfast Telegraph 

    Irish Mirror 

    Irish Examiner 

    The Journal

    Breaking News Ireland

  • New TILDA report assesses how people age in Ireland

     

    March 2017

     

    The third major report by the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing (TILDA) at Trinity College Dublin was published today. This report presents findings from Wave 3 of TILDA, which impact on the health and well-being of Ireland’s adult population aged 54 years and over and maps changes that have occurred since the first wave of TILDA data collection in 2010. 

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Irish Times 

    Irish Independent 

    Irish Examiner 

    Irish Health 

    RTE Online 

    RTE News at One

    RTE Sean O'Rourke

  • Researchers pinpoint watery past on Mars

     

    February 2017

     

    Researchers from Trinity College Dublin have discovered a patch of land in an ancient valley on Mars that appears to have held water in the not-too-distant past. In doing so, they have pinpointed a prime target to begin searching for past life forms on the Red Planet.

     

    Extensive media coverage (over 100 articles worldwide) included pieces in/on:

     

    Daily Mail

    South Asian Times 

    The Odisha Sun Times

    The Indian Express 

    Iran Daily

    Factor Tech

    The Financial Express

    Business Standard 

    Irish Times

    Newstalk 

    Silicon Republic

    NDTV 

    Science World Report 

    Nature World News

  • Goldilocks genes hold clues to a plethora of diseases

     

    February 2017

     

    Geneticists from Trinity College Dublin have used our evolutionary history to shine light on a plethora of neurodevelopmental disorders and diseases. Their findings isolate a relatively short list of genes as candidates for many diverse conditions including autism spectrum disorders, schizophrenia, ADHD, intellectual disability, developmental delay, and epilepsy.

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Irish Times

    Irish Examiner

    Silicon Republic

    The Journal

    Bioscience Technology Online

    Science Mag

    Science Daily

    Medical Xpress

  • Scientists discover key role of ‘protector’ molecule that fights the common flu

     

    January 2017

     

    Scientists have discovered that a biological molecule important in cell growth (STAT3) is also critical in protecting us against infection – so much so that we would be unable to fight the common flu virus without it.

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

    Irish Times

    Irish Examiner

    The Journal

    RTE

    Newstalk

    Science Daily

    Medical Xpress

    Health Medicine Net

  • Solving a putrid camel-pee riddle may aid millions affected by sleeping sickness

     

    November 2016

     

    Biochemists from Trinity College Dublin have solved an old mystery as to the cause of especially smelly camel urine, with implications for the millions of people affected by African parasites called trypanosomes. These parasites frequently cause fatalities via sleeping sickness.

     

    Extensive media coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    RTE 

    Science Mag 

    International Business Times 

    Science Explorer 

    Eurasia Review 

    Phys.org 

    Irish Tech News 

    World News Network 

    Daily News and Analysis India 

    New Kerala

  • Litany of undiagnosed, under-reported and untreated health problems for mothers

     

    November 2016

     

    The interim findings of MAMMI, an Irish longitudinal study on the health of first-time mothers, revealed a litany of hidden health problems affecting every aspect of mother’s lives.

     

    Extensive coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Irish Times 

    Irish Independent, article 2, article 3 and article 4 

    Irish Examiner, article 2 

    Breaking News Ireland 

    Irish Medical Times 

    Newstalk Breakfast and Moncrieff Show

    Today FM

    Parent Herald US

  • Vitamin D map shows major differences in Dubliners' deficiency

     

    November 2016

     

    For the first time in Ireland, researchers have developed a visual map showing the vitamin D status of Dublin’s inhabitants. It shows considerable variations in vitamin D deficiency among people living in certain geographic and urban locations within the greater Dublin region - some areas show five times higher rates of deficiency than others.

     

    Extensive coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    Irish Times 

    Irish Examiner 

    The Journal 

    Irish Medical Times 

    TV3 

    Irish Health 

    Irish News 

    Newstalk Radio

  • New automated method for detecting breast cancer

     

    October 2016

     

    An international team comprising engineers, mathematicians and doctors has applied a technique used for detecting damage in underwater marine structures to identify cancerous cells in breast cancer histopathology images.

     

    Extensive online coverage included pieces in:

     

    UPI 

    Irish Examiner

    Science Mag 

    Medical Xpress 

    Medical Design Technology Mag

    e Health News 

    Health Canal

    e Cancer News 

  • Violent winds collide in one of the heaviest stars in our galaxy

     

    October 2016

     

    A revolutionary study involving researchers from Trinity College Dublin, in collaboration with an international team including the Max Planck Institute for Radioastronomy (MPIfR) in Germany and NASA in the USA, has obtained the sharpest ever images of one of the heaviest stars in our galaxy.

     

    International coverage included pieces in/on:

     

    UPI 

    National Geographic 

    Daily Mail

    Silicon Republic 

    Phys.org 

    Science Mag 

    International Business Times 

    Eurasia Review 

    Business Insider 

    Yahoo News 

    Science World Report

    Nature World News 

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