Dublin Apocalypse manuscript, one of the great medieval treasures of Trinity Library, now available online
Trinity College Dublin celebrated the digitisation of the Dublin Apocalypse, one of great medieval treasures of the Library, with a symposium at which international scholars reflected on this remarkable manuscript and its arresting vision of the end of days.
Hidden history of Trinity’s Museum Building uncovered
The Making Victorian Dublin research project led by researchers from the Department of Geology and the Department of History of Art and Architecture has uncovered the hidden history of Trinity’s iconic Museum Building. The completion of the project was marked by an interactive website featuring a 3-D digital scan of the building and highlights of research findings on the architecture, materials and sculptures of the building.
School of English breathes new life into ‘Frankenstein’ at Halloween
Trinity College Dublin joined 700 institutions worldwide in the ‘Frankenweek’ initiative to mark the 200th anniversary of the publication of Mary Shelly’s Frankenstein, one of literature’s most enduring gothic tales. Events included a marathon public reading of the iconic novel, a college-wide giveaway of 200 copies of the book and a public lecture by Professor Darryl Jones.
US bestselling author shares his thoughts on memoir and memory at Trinity public event
American journalist and author of the bestseller ‘Marley & Me’ John Grogan gave a public talk and interview in Trinity College Dublin in October 2018 as part of his public engagement programme while on a visiting fellowship at the School of English.
Public discussion to mark 10th anniversary of banking crisis
Ten years on from the Irish banking crisis, Trinity Long Room Hub hosted a ‘Behind the Headlines’ public discussion series to explore whether enough has changed in the Irish financial, business and cultural sectors. The event featured speakers drawn from the world of politics, banking, journalism as well as historians and literary experts.
Nobel Prize-winners discuss the future of biology at Trinity
Five Nobel Prize-winners and some of the world’s most brilliant science minds spoke at the Schrödinger at 75 – the Future of Biology meeting, organised by Trinity College Dublin. This stellar international meeting took its inspiration from an iconic moment in history that changed the course of science when Erwin Schrödinger delivered his paradigm-shifting What is Life? lectures in Trinity in 1943.
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New research shows why babies need to move in the womb
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.
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Beyond 2022 project to recreate public record office destroyed in 1922 fire
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.