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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
Researchers from Trinity have developed an innovative, collaborative approach to assess the practice and sustainability potential of city-based food sharing economies around the world.
30 September 2016
Trinity scientists will seek the genetic basis for resistance to the virus and invite all women who received HCV-contaminated anti-D in 1977-79 to volunteer.
20 September 2016
The technique provides 3D images of an unparalleled resolution without using X-rays; it should have major implications for the diagnosis and treatment of bone injuries.
8 September 2016
‘Sims-like’ computer models that recreated prehistoric ecosystems suggest that mid-sized meat-eaters would have been efficient scavengers.
15 April 2016
This newly commissioned work involves composer Enda Bates, Trinity Orchestra, Cue Saxophone Quartet and Miriam Ingram.
6 April 2016
Engineering students have been designing and building guitars before presenting their business plans in a Dragons’ Den format.
3 March 2016