Fossil Free TCD members are in London today to mark the global announcement and celebrate Trinity's decision to divest its €6.1 million investment.
LaunchPad hopes to run the successful micro-accelerator programme, Launchpad Sprints, several times during the academic year.
The degrees are being conferred in the Public Theatre, with alumnus Eric Kinsella and childbirth standards advocate Peta Taffe also awarded.
Vice-Chancellor of Oxford and Trinity graduate, Louise Richardson, discussed Brexit, Trump and women in academia in a talk in the Long Room Hub today.
The new book, co-authored by David Ralph from the Department of Sociology, explores how Irish families have become more diverse and inclusive.
TCDSU and USI also called for the Oireachtas Education and Skills Committee to consider a publicly funded education system.
The discovery will result in the greater possibility of better targeting cancer cells in treatment without damaging healthy cells.
The Irish tuberculosis expert co-authored the first update to international guidelines for treatment of the disease, in 17 years.
The College announced today it would end its €3.4 million investment fossil fuels, only weeks after it was revealed that Trinity is also to divest.
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.