The work underlines the great potential that acoustic surveys have for characterising the biodiversity of habitats while also highlighting some major potential pitfalls.
The genome of an adult male from the heart of the world famous Newgrange passage tomb points to first-degree incest, implying dynasty and echoing local place-name folklore first recorded in Medieval times.
Zoos are making significant, positive impacts on our attempts to conserve biodiversity as our planet enters its sixth mass extinction.
This research has major implications for implementing vaccination programmes to limit the spread of bovine tuberculosis (TB).
The Repeated Refrains of Nature is a digital artwork that encourages people to think about our impact on declining bird populations.
Trinity’s Professor Louis Brennan, who has studied the business of space for some time, features in this podcast about the current space race and its wider implications.
As part of their State visit to Ireland, King Willem-Alexander and Queen Máxima of the Netherlands visited Trinity’s Old Library where they viewed the 18th century Dutch collection.
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.