TCDSU Council Votes to Campaign for Student Centre to be Constructed Within 5 Years

Tonight's meeting of TCDSU council has voted to mandate the President, Kieran McNulty, to campaign for the construction of a student centre.
By Róisín Power

Trinity Centre for People with Intellectual Disabilities Launches Newly Accredited Course

The announcement came alongside the launch of a the centre's business partners programme involving Bank of Ireland and CPL.
By Niamh Egleston

Ambitious Project Led by Trinity to Examine Some of Europe’s Most Trauma-Exposed Populations

From refugees to emergency service personnel, Context is a four-year research project into some of Europe’s most trauma-exposed populations.
By Jamie Sugrue

An Cumann Gaelach Announced as New Jailbreak Organiser

After Law Soc withdrew in April, An Cumann Gaelach will join Trinity VDP and Trinity Amnesty as organisers of the event.
By Dominic McGrath

Trinity Researchers Involved in Development of New Breast Cancer Screening Technique

Staff from Trinity's School of Engineering helped develop the new imaging technique.
By John Conway

Two New Postgraduate Courses for Business and Computer Science

An MSc in operations and supply change management and a new master’s degree in computer science are set to begin in Trinity over the next two years.
By Aidan Carolan

In Support of Public Funding, Between 8,000 and 10,000 Take to the Streets

With USI estimating 5,000 students would attend the march, trade unions and groups from across the country showed up today to advocate for publicly funded education.
By Charlotte Ryan and Sinéad Baker

Highlighting College’s Desire for a New Funding Model, Vice-Provost Reminds Students They’re Marching for “Future Generations”

The College administration's support in facilitating today's march for education and finding a new funding model is echoed on campuses across the country.
By Chris McMahon and Róisín Power

Trinity Researchers Contribute to New Images of one of the Heaviest Stars in our Galaxy

With a luminosity over five million times that of the Sun, the study provides researchers with clues about the evolution and death of stars.
By Jamie Sugrue

Lab in Trinity-based Research Centre Receives €2.3 Million in Funding

Extending its partnership with Nokia Bell Labs, the Amber centre has received funding for joint research on challenges to communication networks.
By Maeve Claffey