The Feinstein Institutes’ Marsh Lecture was established as a forum for renowned scientists to share their expertise with Feinstein Institutes investigators.
Music & Media Technologies (MMT) at Trinity College Dublin? is delighted to partner with PreSonus Audio Electronics in adapting to the new online lecturing format.
Trinity is once calling students to action; encouraging them to be independent thinkers who will make a real world impact through?the ‘Provost’s Innovation Challenge @ Tangent’.
“AILO at Home” presents information on lesser-known languages through social media and links to various related linguistic problem-solving puzzles.
Trinity’s Longroom Hub has resumed its popular and informative deliberations with a panel discussion on “The Age of Uncertainty”.
The redevelopment project will draw on the best 21st-century design and technology to safeguard the Old Library building and conserve its precious collections for future generations.
Trinity College Dublin?has?been awarded?€21?million in funding?by?the Higher Education Authority?(HEA)?to?support over the next five years?its?innovative,?skills-led teaching?initiative.
Researchers at TSJCI are exploring MAD2, an intriguing protein, which has been associated with poor survival in cancer.
The Trinity Exercise Oncology Research Group is making vast improvements to the physical, mental and social well-being of oesophago-gastric cancer survivors.
Human papillomavirus (HPV) is considered the strongest risk factor for cervical cancer. Although, HPV is a very common infection, not all infections will lead to a cancer diagnosis. Other co-factors may be involved in the development of this particular type of cancer. Dr Christine White and her team, led by Professor John O’Leary at Trinity […]