Video and Audio
New research shows that innovative education practices developed by the Trinity Access 21 (TA21) project have had a significant impact on the aspirations of young people from low socio-economic areas to attend University.
22 November 2017
Ten teams of student entrepreneurs who comprised the 2017 LaunchBox cohort delivered their business pitches to a packed audience on Demo Day.
4 September 2017
Knowing how materials form at the nano scale will impact how they are designed -- ultimately enabling more efficient devices and extending battery life.
28 July 2017
Trinity students demonstrated innovative, next-gen autonomous vehicles, robots for education and the educational collaborative spaces of tomorrow at the 4E5 showcase.
11 July 2017
Participants in the summer school received training and mentoring to bring their business ideas to life.
5 July 2017
Bob Geldof, Professor Marianne Elliot, Professor James P. Smith, Patricia Oliver, and Professor Terence Dwyer, speak to us about what receiving a honorary degree from Trinity means to them.
27 June 2017
The findings have major implications for how we classify diseases and challenge the existing divide between neurology and psychiatry.
24 March 2017
Film maker awarded gold medal by Philosophical Society on occasion of his visit.
3 March 2017
This world-first graphene innovation could be used for applications in medical devices and diagnostics.
9 December 2016
The Maternal Health and Maternal Morbidity in Ireland study (MAMMI) reveals high prevalence rates of hidden health problems facing mothers including mental, physical and sexual health.
8 December 2016