The engineers will be establishing next-gen environmental living labs in various European cities in order to improve air quality and reduce carbon footprints
Engineers from Trinity College Dublin’s department of civil, structural and environmental engineering and the CONNECT Centre are due to begin work on improving air quality in European cities this summer. The engineers have received a €6 million research grant which …
Gonsalves spoke passionately about his belief in the power of constitutional law, saying that it is “a sword to attack injustice” and “a shield to protect the poor”
Colin Gonsalves, Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court of India, spoke to Suas Trinity and Trinity FLAC on Monday evening about his experiences of constitutional law in India.
Gonsalves announced that he was “pleasantly surprised” by the same sex marriage …
Third year Physiotherapy student Ola Bademosi was the successful candidate
An election took place for the annual Access Officer position at tonight’s meeting of Trinity College Dublin’s Students’ Union (TCDSU) Council. Third year Physiotherapy student Ola Bademosi was the successful candidate competing against three others: Aisling Connolly, Paula Dempsey, and …
This week’s events include the Rose of Trinity, the Trinity Games and Trinity Come Dancing
Rag Week kicks off next Monday with VDP’s Rose of Trinity; Katie Cogan, student union entertainment officer, spoke to Trinity News about her plans for the week.
Rag Week will run this year for nearly two weeks, from Monday the …
He said that when students come to university they “expect to enter a space where ideas are debated freely” and advised that this is exactly what they should do
Dr Kieran Allen, a senior lecturer from the UCD school of sociology, yesterday spoke to the Socialist Worker Student Society on the topic of neoliberalism and education.
Allen began the discussion by briefly outlining the historical origins of universities in …