All aboard the Mars Express

With millions of dollars going into Mars exploration, what would our possible future Martian lives look like?

When we get tired of the daily grind, we tend to dream about packing everything up and moving to another country. Some of us dream of somewhere tropical, with white beaches and blue skies. Others wish to be closer to


Trinity scientists to create “chemical noses” to combat pollution

The device will be able to remove harmful toxins before they are released into the environment

A group led by Professor Mathias O. Senge from Trinity’s School of Chemistry will join scientists across Europe to develop next generation “chemical noses”. These smart electronic devices will be able to sense and remove harmful toxins before they are


11 Trinity researchers awarded funding from SFI

The researchers will share over €1 million in funding for projects across a number of areas

11 researchers from Trinity have been awarded funding from Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) as part of its Technology Innovation Development Award (TIDA). The researchers will share over €1 million in funding for projects across a number of areas, including alternative


Losing our safe arbour

Siobhán McDonald’s installation “Future Breath” explores our connection with trees

In June 2018, Trinity lost its two 170-year-old Oregon Maple trees. These sister trees were a central part of the College landscape and their loss was felt deeply within the Trinity community. Future Breath, an installation by Siobhán McDonald, which


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