News & Events
- Flatlands: Beyond Graphene
Faculty Scientists Prof. Valeria Nicolosi and Prof. Jonathon Coleman and their teams lead the charge at a conference in the Trinity Research centre AMBER on the latest two dimensional materials.
- Secondary School Girls Discover the World of Engineering
Girls from Dublin and Wexford have just spent two weeks designing robots and programming LED lights as they took part in a programme at Trinity College Dublin designed to open their eyes to the possibility of an exciting career in engineering.
- Researchers Discover New Material which could Revolutionise IT
A team of scientists led by Professor Michael Coey in AMBER at Trinity College Dublin, have discovered a new material which could revolutionise information technology, computer processes and data storage.
- Faculty Scientists Chosen for World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds List
Professor Luke O’Neill, Professor of Biochemistry, and Professor Jonathan Coleman, Professor of Chemical Physics will appear in the Thompson Reuters Highly Cited Researchers website.
- Zoology PhD. student wins ABSW award for Student Science Blog
Sarah Hearne, has been awarded a prize by the Association of British Science Writers (ABSW). Sarah was awarded the prize for her piece "Sea Serpents off the Port Bow". on the School of Natural Sciences's blog ecoevoblog.com
- Cycling is on the increase in Dublin - but how safe is it?
Professor Brian Caulfield from Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering, has published two studies in peer-reviewed journals that considered how cycling rates and related accidents have changed in Dublin.