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Trinity wins award at the annual DatSci awards

The winning project is machine-learning based and revolves around keeping track on the changes of the data-technology landscape in order to keep up with novel technologies.

Trinity’s Global Centre of Excellence for Digital Content and Media Innovation (ADAPT) were among the ten award winners at the third annual Data Science (DatSci) Awards, held last Friday at Croke park. ADAPT won the award for Best Contribution to

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Science’s top minds attempt to answer the question: “What is the future of biology?”

24 internationally-renowned speakers gathered at the National Concert Hall for the first day of Schrödinger at 75

Scientists took over the National Concert Hall yesterday to mark the first day of Schrödinger at 75, a two-day conference organised by the Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute (TBSI). The future of consciousness, gene editing, and artificial intelligence were among the

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Trinity kicks off Schrödinger at 75

The speakers gathered together at Trinity’s Old Library to mark the start of the two-day conference

24 internationally-renowned speakers gathered in the Old Library tonight to mark the beginning of Schrödinger at 75, a two-day conference organised by Trinity. The event celebrates 75 years since Nobel-prize winner Edwin Schrödinger delivered three groundbreaking public lectures at Trinity.

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Trinity bioengineers discover super-healing powers of sea creature

The team found that limpets sense and repair damages to its shell in a process similar to how bones heal in mammals

  A study led by Trinity bioengineers has uncovered the surprising regenerative capabilities of limpets, according to a study published today at the Journal of the Royal Society Interface. The creatures, which can be found on the rock surfaces of beaches

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Discovery by Trinity researchers to revolutionise vaccine administration

The scientists have found a class of “danger signals” which are highly efficient in triggering immune responses in infants and newborns

Researchers from Trinity’s School of Medicine have identified a class of “danger signals” that trigger an immune response in infants and newborns, according to a study published in the Journal of Immunology.

The discovery may lead to a reduction in

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Trinity professor wins outstanding researcher award

Professor John Boland won the award for his discoveries surrounding the behaviour of copper

The Intel Corporate Research Council (CRC) has awarded Trinity chemistry professor and AMBER principal investigator, Professor John Boland, an Outstanding Researcher Award.



Professor Boland is the fourth Irish researcher to have been given the award, which he received through gaining

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Trinity professor elected as ordinary member of International Science Council

Professor Anna Davies was among the 10 members elected from 54 nominees

Geography Professor Anna Davies has been elected as an ordinary member of the first governing board of the International Science Council (ICS).

The ICS, formed from the merger of the International Council for Science (ICSU) and the International Social Science

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Trinity researchers launch Ireland’s first dementia-friendly hospital guidelines

The guidelines are the result of a two-and-a-half year long collaborative project between TrinityHaus and the School of Medicine

 Researchers from TrinityHaus, a research centre within Trinity’s School of Engineering, have collaborated with the School of Medicine to launch a set of Dementia Friendly Hospital Guidelines, the first of its kind in Ireland.

The guidelines aim to provide a

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