Stevie II is the AI-developed successor to Stevie (a prototype assistance robot who took the country by storm in 2017).
You can now relive the historic Schrödinger at 75 – the Future of Biology meeting, organised by Trinity in September, by watching the presentations.
Farmers were, in different regions, selecting specific traits in goats such as coat colour and production ability as early as 8,000 years ago.
Researchers have discovered a new ranging behaviour in male badgers, which will aid the implementation of the newly announced nationwide TB vaccination programme.
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.
Tech solution, waytoB, will give unparalleled independence to people living with an intellectual disability.
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.
Trinity celebrated one of its most famous and celebrated alumni with an exhibition entitled ‘From Decadence to Despair’ in Trinity’s Long Room.
From supersized hymn books to an early version of the Táin – eight remarkable medieval manuscripts were introduced to the world through public lecture series and digitisation project.
Ten teams of student entrepreneurs who comprised the 2017 LaunchBox cohort delivered their business pitches to a packed audience on Demo Day.