‘Knock-On’ Effects: New research examines the long-term impact of concussion in rugby players

Tackling concussion continues to be a major priority for rugby union as evidence emerges of the lifelong repercussions of the sport’s most common injury

With sunsets creeping in earlier and temperatures beginning to dip, the harbingers of the rugby season are well and truly upon us. A fresh bout of rugby fever is on the horizon as we enter the autumn months, and this

Diana Hrisovescu & Shay McDonnell

Flipping the Script: Meet the student start-up breaking down bureaucratic language barriers

Student founders Diana Hrisovescu and Shay McDonnell sit down with Trinity News to discuss their journey with tech start-up Script

The journey of Script from secondary school project to tech start-up poised for public launch has been a long and somewhat unexpected one. “I never even imagined I’d be doing what I’m doing today,” Diana Hrisovescu, co-founder and CEO, admits


Schrodinger’s controversy: a room with and without a name

A look at the past, present, and future of the Fitzgerald building’s most famous theatre

This article contains discussion of sexual abuse, including of children.

Even for the most casual physicists, the name Schrödinger likely rings a faint bell of recognition. Austrian-born Erwin Schrödinger (1887-1961) is revered as a pioneer of quantum mechanics; best known