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Trinity Researchers Find Slower Heart Rate Recovery Increases Probability of Death in Older People

The study, carried out by TILDA, found that people with slower heart rate recovery were more likely to die over the four year period following their examination.
By Niamh Egleston
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School of English Review Calls for Staff Workload Analysis and Greater Use of Technology

A largely positive review criticised the school's 'paper-based culture', but praised the high level of school staff active in research.
By Maeve Claffey
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Trinity Researchers Receive Over $4m from US Department of Health

The funding comes as Trinity attempts to widen its research funding sources from beyond the EU and state bodies.
By John Conway
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European Students’ Union Calls for Abolition of University Fees in Ireland

The ESU resolution called for the abolition of fees in the countries with the highest fees in Europe, including the UK, Hungary and the Netherlands.
By Niamh Egleston
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12-Month J1 Visa Programme Extended for Further Three Years

The agreement, signed today by the US and Ireland, doesn't include the four-month visa used by thousands of students each summer.
By Dominic McGrath
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TCDSU Warn of Dangers of Loan Schemes in Submission to Education Committee

The submission comes ahead of the union's appearance before the Oireachtas Education and Skills Committee on December 8th.
By Dominic McGrath
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In DCU, 94% Vote to Stay in USI

The union has been a member of USI since 2014, after a referendum on re-affiliation passed by a single vote.
By John Conway
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Trinity Among 20 Best Universities for Attracting High-Level EU Funding

Trinity is listed as first in Ireland and 19th out of 1,337 educational establishments for securing Horizon 2020 funding.
By Jamie Sugrue
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Despite 23% Increase in Northern Irish Applications, No Increase in Students Accepting Places

While Trinity have increasingly targeted students from Northern Ireland in recent years, only 78 students students accepted a place in 2016.
By Philip McGuinness
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School of Computer Science and Statistics Seeks Accreditation from Engineers Ireland

Accreditation for its MAI computer engineering and MSc computer science courses would result in their international recognition.
By Róisín Power