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Disrupting Students and Exams, Luas Works Run 24/7

Exams are being relocated and remaining residents disrupted as the construction outside of Trinity’s walls intensifies.
By Sinéad Baker

Calls for Vigilance, as Trinity Ensures Network Remains Protected in Face of Global Ransomware Attack

IT Services re-scanned all Windows computers on Wednesday to ensure that the Trinity network remains protected from any infected computers.
By Dominic McGrath and Sinéad Baker

All-Ireland Work Visa for Graduates is Needed to Cope with Brexit, says Ulster University Head

Concerns have already been raised by many about the status of Northern Irish students in Ireland following Brexit.
By Dominic McGrath

Breakthrough Involving Trinity Scientists Could Help Develop New Clean Fuels

New research published today has found a way to boost the performance of a key catalyst used in clean energy.
By Kathleen McNamee

Trinity Staff Launch Website Offering Support to Young Trans People and their Families

Developed in conjunction with the School of Nursing and Midwifery, TENI and Belong To, the website will support transgender young people and their families.
By Gillian Murtagh

Trinity’s Peter Gallagher Receives France’s Highest Academic Honour

Gallagher, who is one of Ireland's leading physicists, shared the award with his wife, Emma Teeling, who is a professor in UCD.
By Dominic McGrath

Replacing Brendan Tangney, Roja Fazaeli Appointed Warden of Trinity Hall

Pending Board approval, Fazaeli, from Trinity’s Department of Near and Middle Eastern Studies, will take over from Tangney after his 12 years in the role.
By Jenna Clarke-Molloy

Trinity-led Findings Significant Step to Treating Neurodegenerative Diseases

The research, which allows scientists to view the folding of proteins, can also lead to treatments for allergies.
By Róisín Power

“Essay Mills” and Cheating Targeted Under New Government Proposals

Institutes of Technology will also officially become designated awarding bodies, in line with universities.
By Dominic McGrath

After Long Campaign, Queen’s to Divest from Fossil Fuels by 2025

The university will divest if the move will not materially impact expected investment returns after a campaign featuring both protests and sit-ins.
By Dominic McGrath and Sinéad Baker