Tag Archives: Trinity College Dublin

Artwork by renowned street artist Joe Caslin installed in Trinity College Dublin’s Front Square

DUBLIN, 17-Jul-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — The latest large-scale piece of artwork by renowned street artist Joe Caslin was installed in Trinity College Dublin’s Front Square from 2 June to 3 July. This new piece, which was commissioned as part of the Trinity … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin updates its Visual Identity Handbook

DUBLIN, 17-Jul-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — An updated Trinity Visual Identity Handbook and new Trinity Branding Document have been launched. The Trinity Identity project has made significant progress towards a clear and consistent visual identity for the University over the past two … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin launches new online career management system

DUBLIN, 17-Jul-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — MyCareer, an online career management system run by the Careers Advisory Service is now live for students, graduates, staff and employers. Introduced as part of Trinity’s support for the employability and career development needs of students … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin expands college-wide student exchange programme

DUBLIN, 17-Jul-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — Trinity currently has almost 200 Erasmus partner universities across Europe. We continue to expand our college-wide student exchange programme and in 2016/17, added eight new exchanges to bring the number of non-EU exchanges with high ranking … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin: 38 new Fulbright Irish Awardees will go to top US institutions to study

DUBLIN, 21-Jun-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — Minister Charlie Flanagan, formerly of the Irish Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and Reece Smyth, Chargé d’affaires of the US Embassy in Ireland, recently announced 38 new Fulbright Irish Awardees including three individuals from Trinity … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin shortlisted for the 2017 EAIE Award for Innovation in Internationalisation

DUBLIN, 01-Jun-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — Trinity is one of four European universities to be shortlisted for the 2017 EAIE Award for Innovation in Internationalisation. EAIE (the European Association for International Education) is the acknowledged European centre for expertise, networking and resources … Read the full press release

Pilot project will provide early warning of potential flooding in Dublin

DUBLIN, 01-Jun-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — CONNECT, the Science Foundation Ireland Research Centre for Future Networks at Trinity College Dublin, has partnered with Smart Dublin, an initiative of Dublin City Council and the other Dublin Local Authorities, and INTEL to deploy low-cost … Read the full press release

FREME e-Services go live and look for new business opportunities

TURIN, Italy, 02-Feb-2017 — /EuropaWire/ — After two years, FREME has just come to the end of its fruitful development road. The project – co-funded by the European Commission under the H2020 Framework Programme for Research and Innovation – has … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin Careers Pathways initiative awarded the National Ann Beckett Award 2015

DUBLIN, 30-Mar-2016 — /EuropaWire/ — Trinity College Dublin Careers Pathways initiative, a transition to employment project for students and graduates with mental health difficulties, has been awarded the National Ann Beckett Award 2015 from the Association of Occupational Therapists of Ireland. … Read the full press release

Science Foundation Ireland awarded €10 million to Trinity College Dublin

DUBLIN, 14-Jan-2016 — /EuropaWire/ — Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) today awarded over €10 million to Trinity College Dublin for five exemplary research projects across three sectors. The announcement was made as part of an overall €28 million investment in research equipment … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin: Cost-effectiveness of palliative care study published in the US journal Health Affairs

DUBLIN, 14-Jan-2016 — /EuropaWire/ — The cost of providing hospital care to adults with incurable cancer and additional serious illnesses is reduced significantly where patients are seen by a palliative care consultation team, new research suggests. The study, by researchers from … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin: Genes play an important role in determining how likely individuals are to develop eczema

DUBLIN, 28-10-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — Eczema is an itchy, dry-skin condition that affects around one in five children in Ireland. Genes play an important role in determining how likely individuals are to develop eczema, but the majority of the genes … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin’s Arts and Humanities ranked 74th in the world in Times Higher Education Subject Ranking 2015-2016: Arts and humanities top 100

DUBLIN, 28-10-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — Trinity  College Dublin’s Arts and Humanities has been  ranked at 74th in the world in the just published  Times Higher Education (THE) Subject Ranking 2015-2016: Arts and humanities top 100: The THE Subject Rankings in … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin: Religious education in Irish primary schools should not promote any particular religion over others

DUBLIN,  28-10-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — Religious education in Irish primary schools should not promote any particular religion over others and should also include the study of non-religious worldviews such as Humanism, according to sociologists at Trinity College Dublin. Growing secularisation of … Read the full press release

ESRI, Trinity College Dublin study: Two-thirds of people aged over 50 unable to provide basic information on their future pension benefits

The ESRI and Trinity College Dublin have released a new study examining how well-informed people are about their future pension benefits. Two-thirds of people who are aged over 50 and who are members of pension schemes were unable to provide … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin welcomed group of secondary school girls for its 7th annual two-week eye-opener into the wonderful world of engineering

DUBLIN, 28-7-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — Trinity College Dublin’s School of Engineering welcomed a group of secondary school girls from four schools (Our Lady’s Terenure, Santa Sabina, Sutton, Lucan Community College and St. Michael’s, Claremorris) for its seventh annual two-week eye-opener … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin: multi-institution scientific “tour de force” produced the first structural blueprint of a complex between rhodopsin and arrestin

DUBLIN, 28-7-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — In a major step for structural biology, a multi-institution scientific ‘tour de force’ has produced the first structural blueprint of a complex between ‘rhodopsin’, the light sensing protein in the retina, and one of its … Read the full press release

Legal seminar on women’s rights and legal change held in Swift Theatre at Trinity College Dublin

DUBLIN, 12-5-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — The feminist activist who brought about the end to men-only juries in Ireland was among speakers at a legal seminar on women’s rights and legal change held in the Swift Theatre, Trinity College Dublin on … Read the full press release

HRB-funded longitudinal study called Maternal health And Maternal Morbidity in Ireland (MAMMI) launched at Trinity College Dublin

MAMMI study to make mothers’ invisible health problems visible. The new longitudinal study from Trinity College Dublin will look across a range of health issues affecting pregnant women and first time mothers. Early results from one strand show a high … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin students aim to make the crypto-currency Bitcoin more transparent

DUBLIN, 6-2-2015 — /EuropaWire/ — Students at Trinity College Dublin are “looking under the Bitcoin bonnet” in an attempt to make the crypto-currency more transparent. Increasing the transparency should reduce the risk of fraud while maintaining sufficient anonymity to make … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin scientists made important breakthrough that generates new perspective on how nerve cells die in Parkinson’s disease

DUBLIN, 18-11-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — Scientists at Trinity College Dublin have made an important breakthrough in our understanding of Parkin – a protein that regulates the repair and replacement of nerve cells within the brain. This breakthrough generates a new … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin geologists found strong evidence that one of the largest preserved impact structures on Earth was caused by a comet and not a meteorite

DUBLIN, 18-11-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — Collaborative research led by geologists at Trinity College Dublin has found strong evidence that one of the largest preserved impact structures on Earth was caused by a comet colliding with our planet over 1.8 billion … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin launches innovative new postgraduate certificate course in 21st Century Teaching and Learning

DUBLIN, 16-10-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — Trinity College Dublin’s innovative new postgraduate certificate course in 21st Century Teaching and Learning was formally launched today at The Foundry in Google, Dublin. The first intake of 115 teachers from 16 schools have now … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin in partnership with the CAO announced major brreakthrough in admissions

DUBLIN, 19-8-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — This year Trinity College Dublin has trialled for the first time a new admissions model on three of its most popular courses in a feasibility study which will be shared with the entire third level sector. It … Read the full press release

California Academy of Sciences and Trinity College Dublin research may lead the way to fast, accessible and easy way to administer treatment to snakebites

The easily administered nasal spray offers hope for millions of snakebite victims. DUBLIN, 11-6-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — A group of scientists led by researchers from the California Academy of Sciences and Trinity College Dublin have taken a promising step towards the … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin Zoologists discovered currently unrecognised bird species in biodiversity hotspot in Indonesia

DUBLIN, 11-6-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — Zoologists from Trinity College Dublin have discovered a currently unrecognised bird species in a biodiversity hotspot in Indonesia. They propose that the colourful bird, which is found only on one small chain of islands, should be called … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin and University of Liverpool partner to facilitate student mobility programmes between both universities and with University of Liverpool’s partner institution in China

DUBLIN, 11-6-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — Trinity College Dublin and the University of Liverpool, have agreed a strategic partnership that will facilitate student mobility programmes between both universities as well as with the University of Liverpool’s partner institution in China, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin published new book about history of the development of medical education and clinical practice in Ireland over the centuries

DUBLIN, 7-5-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — The medical school in Trinity College Dublin is one of the oldest in Europe and because of this a history of the school is also a history of the development of medical education and clinical practice in … Read the full press release

Trinity College Dublin research points to the need of HPV vaccination for boys as well as girls

Trinity researchers say new data points to need for introduction of universal HPV vaccination for boys as well as girls. DUBLIN, 7-5-2014 — /EuropaWire/ — A new study by researchers in the School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin, has revealed a high … Read the full press release