A thought-provoking piece of research led to this article, written by Dunzhu Li and Yunhong Shi, from Trinity’s School of Engineering.
Trinity’s Alexandru Gociu and Suryapratim Roy discuss an important upcoming case with huge implications for Norway and the countries that import its oil.
Kingston Mills, Professor of Experimental Immunology at Trinity, asks one of the most pertinent questions facing the world today in a piece originally published by The Conversation.
Celebrating its tenth birthday, the 1641 Depositions Project provides a unique window into everyday life in 17th-century Ireland, writes Professor Micheál ó Siochrú
Aoife Delaney, from Trinity’s School of Natural Sciences, explains how ecosystem services provided by tree and shrub diversity support the well-being of millions of people in West Africa.
Efforts to curb tobacco have been thwarted in part because half the global cigarette industry is controlled by countries who are part of those efforts, writes Daniel Malan in the South China Morning Post?
Simon McCarthy-Jones, Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology at Trinity, asks one of life’s most curious questions in an article published by The Conversation.
Ruth Barton, Head of School of Creative Arts writes how Dublin’s screen history reflects its real-life contradictions in this article published by The Conversation.
Trinity’s Associate Professor in Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology, Simon McCarthy-Jones, writes his latest thought-provoking piece, first published by The Conversation.
Mary Lawlor, UN Special Rapporteur on Human Rights Defenders, and adjunct professor at the Centre for Social Innovation, Trinity Business School, says business should help protect human rights defenders