Tuesday afternoon saw the mass migration of the SU election machines to the Paccar Theatre of the Science Gallery, where the fifteen sabbatical candidates and their supporters had assembled for the second hustings of the 2016 Leadership Race. The event …
Trinity Economic Forum draws to a close with clashing opinions by Paddy Cosgrave and Vernon Smith
Speaking exclusively to Trinity News professor Smith praised the strength of the Irish economic “comeback”, although he lamented the practise of bank bailouts and guarantees that took place
On Saturday the 2016 Trinity Economic Forum (TEF) drew to a close, after a busy second day of distinguished guest speakers, animated panels and interactive workshops in Trinity’s Long Room Hub.
Among the contributors to the day’s discussions were Nobel …
Trinity to create virtual reality game for military training
The project will try to increase the effectiveness of militaries, police and civilian actors working together in ‘preventing conflict’
A new virtual reality game that will be used to train international military and police in peacekeeping skills is being lead by researchers at Trinity College.
The Gaming for Peace project has been funded by a €2 million grant from …
David McWilliams and Linda Yueh speak at the first night of Trinity Economic Forum
McWilliams warned that all economics students ‘need to wean yourselves off this nonsense you are taught in the first two years of university…it doesn’t reflect the society you are supposed to be analysing’
Friday afternoon marked the beginning of the fifth annual Trinity Economic Forum (TEF), a student-run event attracting some of the biggest names in Irish and international economics for two days of panels, debates and discussions.
The US Ambassador to Ireland, …