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Trinity Approves Christmas Exams and Earlier Start to Year

Trinity’s University Council today approved changes to the academic year structure that will see the introduction of an assessment week before Christmas.
By Sinéad Baker and Dominic McGrath
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New Masters in Community Health Approved by University Council

The new course, which begins on a part-time basis from September, will prepare students for the changing primary care sector in Ireland.
By John Conway
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With Time, Space and Funding, Trinity is Leading Ireland’s Latest Astronomical Research

With €1.4 funding announced in January, Ireland has been able to join a network of telescopes which currently stretches across Europe.
By Dominic McGrath
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The World is at an Inflection Point, Biden Says in Trinity, But Optimism Can Bend History

In the wake of Brexit, Biden asserted the US relationship with Britain and the EU, and called on graduates to effect change.
By Charlotte Ryan and Edmund Heaphy
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Brexit and the Uncertain Future of Irish Higher Education

The Provost has expressed his concerns about a possible Brexit. But what might be the impact on Irish higher education if Britain votes to leaves the EU?
By Dominic McGrath
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US Vice President Joe Biden to Receive Honorary Degree from Trinity on Friday

Biden will also receive the Gold Medal of Honorary Patronage from the Phil.
By Edmund Heaphy
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Trinity Team Makes Progress in Tackling Antibiotic Resistance

The team, led by Prof Ursula Bond, have discovered plant peptides that can be used to fight against the increase in antibiotic resistance.
By Aoife O'Donoghue
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Donleavy and Higgs Among Those to be Granted Honorary Degrees by Trinity

The Trinity graduate and writer of "The Ginger Man", JP Donleavy, and the Nobel Prize-winning physicist Peter Higgs, will be awarded honorary degrees in a ceremony on Friday.
By Dominic McGrath
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With New Scholarship, NUIG to Support Students from Ireland’s Newest Communities

The merit-based award targets high-achieving students with refugee status or who are applying for international protection.
By Niamh Egleston
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€60 Million Fund Initiated by Trinity and UCD to Help Third-Level Research Reach Global Market

Announced today, the fund will aid the commercialisation of research from third-level institutions in Ireland.
By Sinéad Baker