News & Events
- Limpets are Construction Workers of the Seashore
New research by Professor of Materials Engineering, David Taylor, from the Trinity Centre for Bioengineering, verifies that limpets repair their shells from within.
- New Era in Geo-Analysis as iCRAG Launches Micro-Beam Analysis Lab at Trinity
Geochemists from iCRAG, the Irish Centre for Research in Applied Geosciences, and Trinity College Dublin today launched a new micro-beam analytical laboratory the iCRAG Lab@TCD. The event marks a new era in geo-analysis in Ireland.
- Trinity Expert to Help Protect Global Groundwater Resources
Professor Bruce Misstear from the School of Engineering at Trinity College Dublin has been elected as Secretary General of the International Association of Hydrogeologists. Professor Misstear is a specialist in groundwater development and has been involved in projects in Europe, Africa, Middle East and Asia.
- Mobile Phones used to Track Exposure to Air Pollution
Researchers in Trinity College Dublin have collaborated with MIT and Harvard University to devise a new, more sensitive way of tracking human exposure to air pollution in cities.
- The Cannibal Sharks of a Forgotten Age
Paleontologists have found evidence that the extinct shark Orthacanthus, which roamed swamplands and shallow seas some 300 million years ago, occasionally cannibalised its own young.
- Research at TCD helping to Save Bees from Extinction
Ireland’s bees are slowly starving to death, and their loss puts human food crop production at risk. Read how you can help here