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Why 13 is a lucky number for our Department of Classics!
Classics at Trinity is ranked 13th in the world. Find out more about our small but ambitious team!
How do you do your research: Dania Movia
Read about how Dania Movia uses Instagram to bring her research to a wider audience
Building the Holodeck
Professor of Creative Technologies Aljosa Smolic aims to build the full immersive entertainment platform. Read more about how he plans to realise that goal.
Research Prevents Radicalisation
Dr Maja Halilovic-Pastuovic’s research offers insight into the context of ethnic and religious conflict
Trinity’s Brain Power
Some of the world’s most highly-cited researchers are here at Trinity. Read more about them and their work here!
What can a cognitive approach can offer Poetry Studies?
Amelia McConville discusses how her research uses poetry to bridge the gap between science and the humanities.
How do websites understand what you might be interested in?
Recommender systems like Amazon’s "Customers who bought this item also bought" are part of almost every platform on the Web, as well as of many mobile and desktop applications. Joeran Beel discusses how recommender systems work and how his research on them has evolved.
How do you do your research: Emer Emily Neenan
Research looks different for everyone! Emer Emily Neenan describes her work on how secondary school students engage with Earth Science.
Ever wondered how to write a book? Kevin Mitchell reveals the process behind writing Innate
The goal should be clarity and simplicity, not trying to impress people with jargon, with flowery phrases, or with how much intellectual effort went into figuring something out.
If you were asked to explain your research in just 6 words, what would they be?
We asked this question on Twitter and the result was a hugely entertaining and inspiring collection of tiny research stories...
News & Updates
Surgical mesh damage can be measured in simple lab experiments
Such experiments should have been conducted before surgical mesh was used to operate on people – many of whom are now living with serious, debilitating consequences.
2019 September 16
Exploring eight centuries of communication disabilities
A new exhibition in the Old Library explores eight centuries of communication disabilities exploring how these were understood and managed.
2019 September 12
A curiosity driven genetic discovery that should impact cancer treatments
A team of geneticists has discovered new biological targets that may help devise alternative therapies for cancers that are becoming resistant to existing drugs.
2019 September 11
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