Trinity’s location: a historical triumph and a modern disadvantage

Historically Trinity has always been at the centre of Dublin society, but in modern times an ideal city location can become a hindrance

Sitting proudly amongst the historical Georgian architecture of South Dublin and just a short walk from many of our states’ political institutions, shopping districts, and some of the city’s finest restaurants and bars, Trinity seems to be blessed with an


Trinity and J&J collaborate to build 3-D bioprinting lab

J&J scientific experts will become available as associate professors as part of the agreement made with AMBER

The Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research (AMBER) centre at Trinity is to collaborate with Johnson and Johnson (J&J) to build a 3-D printing laboratory. They will initially focus on research in orthopaedics, while in the long term, both Trinity and …


More than just doggos: Comms and Marketing candidate Cian Rynne

If elected, Rynne says he will restructure the funding of SU publications to make them more financially and environmentally friendly

Cian Rynne, a Senior Sophister Human Genetics student and the founder of the popular Facebook group Trinity College Doggos, is one of three candidates running for the Communications and Marketing position this year. He sat down with Trinity News to