Trinity researchers win €2 million each from the European Research Council

Dr Laura Cleaver and Dr Aline Vidotto’s win brings Trinity’s total number of ERC grants to 26

Dr Laura Cleaver and Dr Aline Vidotto are recipients of the European Research Council (ERC) Consolidator Grant Awards valued at €2 million each, it was announced today.

The awards bringing Trinity’s total number of ERC grants awarded under the EU …

Clarivate Analytics include Trinity researchers in record numbers on Highly Cited Researchers List

Professor Yvonne Buckley and Professor Jonathan Coleman are among those featured

Trinity researchers across a number of disciplines appear in record numbers on the Highly Cited Researchers 2018 list released today from Web of Science.

Trinity featured on the list 11 times, the highest number of researchers from Trinity on the

Trinity professor warns against rising rates of induced births

Professor of Midwifery, Cecily Begley, made the comments at a conference organised by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland

Professor Cecily Begley, a Professor of Midwifery at Trinity, has warned against increased rates of induced births by way of caesarean section at a conference organised by the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Ireland (NMBI). She cited an increased risk

Space wars: the future of warfare?

Molly McCrory explores the possibility of taking the battlefield to space

When one thinks of space wars, the immediate thought that occurs in most of our minds is probably “you mean Star Wars?” Then, once corrected to illustrate that war in space is what is meant, the next thought is often,

Is smallpox back from the dead?

Laura Hennelly McCarthy examines the potential re-emergence of smallpox as a result of permafrost thawing in Siberia

In front of the World Health Organisation (WHO) headquarters in Geneva, there stands a statue: three figures in a line, with one kneeling, administering a vaccine to the first person in the queue. The statue commemorates the 30th anniversary of

Killing time: is time travel possible?

From Doctor Who to Back to the Future, humans have shown a fascination for time travel. But is it really possible?

Philosophy of time

Since the publication of H.G. Wells’ The Time Machine, time travel as a concept has become littered throughout nerd and pop culture, from the classic Back to the Future franchise to more recent movies like Interstellar and