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Inside Printing House Square, the College’s Newest Building

Printing House Square, aside from housing 250 students, will be the home of the Health Centre and the Disability Service.
By Jack Synnott
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The Brains Behind Trinity’s Epilepsy Research

Prof Mark Cunningham is using neurophysiology to shed light on a poorly understood disease.
By Yasmine Tadjine
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Dunsink Observatory’s Newest Scientific Enigma

The recently appointed head of astronomy and astrophysics at DIAS, Peter Gallagher, is keen to focus on scientific outreach during his tenure.
By Aoife Kearins
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The Most Read Articles of 2018

For the fourth-ever year, The University Times surpassed one million unique readers in a year, with stories from Take Back Trinity to trees collapsing.
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‘They Called Us Terrorists’: The Nicaraguan Students Fighting Government Oppression

With Nicaragua in a state of civic unrest, students around the country have been protesting against President Daniel Ortega's authoritarian regime.
By Martha Lewis
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Cosmic Physics, Vaccines and Travel Writing: Trinity’s New Electives Look to the Future

The electives will connect students with the groundbreaking research going on across College.
By Sarah Mooney
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The Universities Grappling with Cannabis on Campus

Around the world, as more countries move towards legalisation, colleges have had to figure out how to regulate it.
By Eimear Finan
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The Stellar Astrophysicist who Donated Millions to Physics’ Future Stars

Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, formerly one of Trinity's Pro-Chancellors, has made a lasting impact on astrophysics – both inside and outside the lab.
By Emma Donohoe
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A Birthday Party for the World’s Only Mathematical Graffiti

175 years ago, William Rowan Hamilton made a remarkable mathematical discovery. Every October, hundreds gather to commemorate his work in a most unusual way.
By Aoife Kearins
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The Conundrum of Open-Access Publishing

New principles aiming to democratise academic literature have the support of 11 European countries. But will they solve an age-old problem?
By Jake Gilchrist