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From TheJournal.ie A decade of innovation: How Science Gallery Dublin transformed into a global success 10th Anniversary

A decade of innovation: How Science Gallery Dublin transformed into a global success

Since opening in 2008, over 2.5 million visitors have passed through the gallery.

From TheJournal.ie Seven centuries of Irish history lost in a fire to be recreated in virtual reality Public Record Office

Seven centuries of Irish history lost in a fire to be recreated in virtual reality

Destroyed in the civil war, Trinity researchers are recreating the Public Records Office in virtual reality.

From TheJournal.ie First Irish populations had dark skin similar to Cheddar Man, DNA research suggests Cheddar Man

First Irish populations had dark skin similar to Cheddar Man, DNA research suggests

This week, UK scientists confirmed that the first modern Briton had dark skin and blue eyes.

From TheJournal.ie There may be a link between hearing loss and dementia - Trinity study Neuroscience

There may be a link between hearing loss and dementia - Trinity study

The study’s lead researcher has called for more research to examine whether the treatment of hearing loss can decrease the chances of developing dementia.

From TheJournal.ie Irish research links bacteria to pre-oral cancer growth Dental Research

Irish research links bacteria to pre-oral cancer growth

Further studies are testing whether antibiotics that treat the bacteria might delay the growth’s malignant development.

From TheJournal.ie From mummified bodies to a civil service desk job, this was Bram Stoker's Dublin Dracula

From mummified bodies to a civil service desk job, this was Bram Stoker's Dublin

We explored the connections the author of Dracula has to Ireland’s capital.

From TheJournal.ie TCD's Historical Society has changed its mind on giving Nigel Farage a gold medal Rescinded

TCD's Historical Society has changed its mind on giving Nigel Farage a gold medal

The Hist said it may be seen as an endorsement of Farage.

From TheJournal.ie 'Why don't they volunteer themselves?': Trinity College criticised over animal testing Animal Welfare

'Why don't they volunteer themselves?': Trinity College criticised over animal testing

A total of 3,000 rats and 21,000 mice were used in Trinity College Dublin in 2016 alone.

From TheJournal.ie Dublin homeowners are being asked to rent out their spare rooms to students Student Digs

Dublin homeowners are being asked to rent out their spare rooms to students

Dublin is in the midst of a serious housing crisis, with demand for properties far outstripping supply.

From TheJournal.ie This is what a Dubliner looked like in the 16th century THE TUDORS

This is what a Dubliner looked like in the 16th century

Facial reconstruction analysis has been performed on a skull discovered at the entrance of Trinity College in 2014.

From TheJournal.ie Irish universities make gains in list of the world's top colleges In Good Company

Irish universities make gains in list of the world's top colleges

There were gains for Trinity, UCD and NUI Galway in the latest QS rankings.

This powerful new mural by artist Joe Caslin just went up in Trinity's Front Square

Caslin is famed for The Claddagh Embrace, which became a symbol of the marriage equality referendum.

From TheJournal.ie Investigation launched into cyber attack on Trinity fund Trinity Foundation

Investigation launched into cyber attack on Trinity fund

It’s hoped that the funds will be at least partly recovered.

From TheJournal.ie A Trinity professor will play a big role in space exploration To Boldly Go

A Trinity professor will play a big role in space exploration

Professor Peter Gallagher has been appointed as an adviser to the Director of Science at the European Space Agency.

From TheJournal.ie Planned talk by Israeli Ambassador at Trinity College is cancelled after protests Student Activists This post contains videos

Planned talk by Israeli Ambassador at Trinity College is cancelled after protests

Students for Justice in Palestine said there was an imbalance on the planned panel.

From TheJournal.ie Trinity scientists discover how cancers 'hoodwink' the immune system to help them Cancer Study

Trinity scientists discover how cancers 'hoodwink' the immune system to help them

A molecule in the body called TRAIL can be ‘re-wired’ in tumours to promote growth of cancer cells

From TheJournal.ie Trinity makes it back into world's top 150 universities after error kept it out of rankings Back In Business

Trinity makes it back into world's top 150 universities after error kept it out of rankings

Trinity College Dublin came in at 131st in the world rankings.

From TheJournal.ie Just right: Trinity scientists find the 'Goldilocks' genes which cause disease It's In The Genes

Just right: Trinity scientists find the 'Goldilocks' genes which cause disease

The researchers believe they’ve identified genes implicated in schizophrenia, autism and heart disease.

From TheJournal.ie Pixies, Bell X1 and alt-J set for series of outdoor summer gigs at Trinity College Summer Series

Pixies, Bell X1 and alt-J set for series of outdoor summer gigs at Trinity College

The gigs will run from 6 – 11 July.

From TheJournal.ie Irish scientists' breakthrough could lead to virus immunity Trinity College Dublin

Irish scientists' breakthrough could lead to virus immunity

Trinity’s Immunology discovery could help restore our natural immunity to viruses such as Ebola, Zika and SARS – as well as the common flu.

From TheJournal.ie Emer Glanville left school when she was 16 - today she graduates from Medicine in Trinity Tap

Emer Glanville left school when she was 16 - today she graduates from Medicine in Trinity

Emer is a graduate of the Trinity Access programme which gives people a second chance at education.

From TheJournal.ie What are the implications of freezing your body after you die? Cryonics

What are the implications of freezing your body after you die?

A landmark case in the UK – thought to be the first of its kind – has thrown up a lot of questions.

From TheJournal.ie Trinity accused of breaking university ranking rules after asking graduates to complete survey Slap On The Wrist

Trinity accused of breaking university ranking rules after asking graduates to complete survey

The university had contacted graduates and staff to request that they take part in surveys by university ranking institutions.

11 Trinity College statues with necessary Snapchat captions

They’re just saying what we’re all thinking.

From TheJournal.ie How Lucinda and Averil clashed over abortion as students more than a decade ago Heated

How Lucinda and Averil clashed over abortion as students more than a decade ago

The 2002 abortion referendum debate made for a heated political battle between two of the country’s rising young political stars.

From TheJournal.ie Sexual consent workshops to be compulsory for new TCD students Tacking Sexual Violence

Sexual consent workshops to be compulsory for new TCD students

The classes will be mandatory for first-year undergraduates in student accommodation in Rathmines.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland's first farmers were far different from the Irish we know today Brown Eyed Girl

Ireland's first farmers were far different from the Irish we know today

The DNA of two sets of remains have been analysed for the first time.

From TheJournal.ie Does sending a kid to childcare or caring for them at home make any difference to their development? Growing Up

Does sending a kid to childcare or caring for them at home make any difference to their development?

The question has been addressed in a new ESRI study.

From TheJournal.ie This Irish-American billionaire has made the biggest philanthropic donation in Irish history Chuck Feeney

This Irish-American billionaire has made the biggest philanthropic donation in Irish history

The money will go towards research into dementia.

From TheJournal.ie Give money to charity? Here's what kind of aid actually works Impact

Give money to charity? Here's what kind of aid actually works

A Dublin University is investigating further.

From TheJournal.ie Inside the PR machine - how Ireland's top universities recruit Chinese students Come On Over

Inside the PR machine - how Ireland's top universities recruit Chinese students

International tuition fees have become an important source of revenue for cash-strapped Irish universities.

From TheJournal.ie These everyday objects bring a century of Irish history to life online First World War

These everyday objects bring a century of Irish history to life online

Two new exhibitions chronicle the defining decades of modern Irish history.

From TheJournal.ie Major study finds early palliative care for cancer patients costs A LOT less Health

Major study finds early palliative care for cancer patients costs A LOT less

Early palliative care for advanced cancer patients is better for the patient and produces serious savings.

From TheJournal.ie Toys for robots, a wine pouring machine and bellybutton swabs. The homes of the future... Through The Wormhole

Toys for robots, a wine pouring machine and bellybutton swabs. The homes of the future...

TCD’s Science Gallery’s latest exhibition is well worth a visit.

From TheJournal.ie Over 300 people donated their bodies to medical science from 2012 - 2014 Silent Teachers

Over 300 people donated their bodies to medical science from 2012 - 2014

There are five medical schools who take donations in Ireland.

From TheJournal.ie These students rang their grannies to talk about same-sex marriage Ring Your Granny

These students rang their grannies to talk about same-sex marriage

They want young people to do the same.

From TheJournal.ie Irish scientists have figured out ANOTHER way smoking is bad for you Tuberculosis

Irish scientists have figured out ANOTHER way smoking is bad for you

Researchers from Trinity College Dublin have discovered exactly how smokers are more at risk of TB.

From TheJournal.ie This Dublin-designed probe is much smaller than a hair... and it could help cure cancer Little Wonder

This Dublin-designed probe is much smaller than a hair... and it could help cure cancer

Adama Innovations plans to make millions within a few years from its nanotechnology.