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A team led by computer scientists at Trinity has developed a social media monitoring tool that helps emergency services respond to disasters by collating useful information from witnesses and other 'eyes on the ground'.

The Slándáil Emergency Management System gathers text, image and video information about the location, severity and evolution of a disaster/emergency. It can take this info...
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A team led by computer scientists at Trinity has developed a social
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Trinity College Dublin
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04/24/2017 at 14:03. Facebook
Ryanair has launched a new fund with Trinity Business School to support a new academic position.

The newly created position of Ryanair Professor of Entrepreneurship will help drive entrepreneurship and innovation across the University.

Three of Trinity’s top business students, Annie O’Gorman and Alannah Higgins and Sean Murphy, were on hand to welcome the new investment into the...
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Ryanair has launched a new fund with Trinity Business School to support
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Barry Morton is a third year student in Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering and was one of the finalists chosen to present on the night of the Trinity Employability Award with Intel.

Barry tells us about the skills he learned in the programme and how they have helped him.
Rebecca Kelly, a third-year student in Nanoscience, Physics and Chemistry of Advanced Materials, was one of the winners in the Trinity Employability Awards with Intel.

Rebecca says that through the programme she is more confident in her own abilities and confident to go for roles that she may want in the future. She speaks to us about her work with the programme.
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John O’Reilly, a third year student of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, was selected as one of the six finalists for the Trinity Employability Award in partnership with Intel.

John talks us through his new thought process for thinking through situations and problems after completing the programme.
For your travel to do list.....the top 10 film locations in Ireland
For your travel to do listthe top 10 film locations in Ireland

10 Incredibly Famous Filming Locations You Need To Visit Across Ireland

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We were saddened to hear about the passing of former US Ambassador to Ireland, Dan Rooney. Our sympathies go out to his family. Dan and his wife, Patricia have supported the longest standing literary award in Ireland, the Rooney Prize over the past 40 years.
We were saddened to hear about the passing of former US Ambassador
Spotted this gorgeous chick on campus .....#HappyEaster everyone!
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We had a great Trinity Week 2017 with so many events and activities across the campus. Well done to the hosts of this year's event our Faculty of Health Science.
We had a great Trinity Week 2017 with so many events and
As we near the end of Trinity Week, we look forward to our final event - Transgender Education in the Healthcare Service - all welcome!
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We had great celebrations this week marking the 10th anniversary of our Trinity College Dublin Sport centre
We had great celebrations this week marking the 10th anniversary of our
Dale Chen, a third-year student studying Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, was one of the winners of the Trinity Employability Award with Intel.

Dale describes his progress through the programme as a “journey of continuous development” and he believes that this award has allowed him to develop his interview and communication skills.

Dale talks to us about his experience with the...
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Amy Clavin, a third year Physics student in Trinity, recently completed the Trinity Employability Award programme with Intel and was chosen as one of the finalists for the award.

Amy told us about her experience with the programme and how the skills she learned might help her in the future.
Calling all cycling and rugby fans! The Rugby Legends TV documentary featuring Trinity's and St. James's Hospital Dublin's Professor of Surgery John Reynolds, rugby legend Paul Wallace and a host of other rugby legends will be aired on eir Sport tomorrow, Wednesday 12th April at 8pm.

The annual cycle raises vital funds for cancer research at Trinity College Dublin and St. James's Hospital...
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Calling all cycling and rugby fans The Rugby Legends TV documentary featuring

CROSS Atlantic Cycle 2017 – An amazing cycle with a host of rugby legends

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As part of this year’s Trinity Creative Challenge, Professor Adrian Tien and Professor Richard Duckworth, will be presenting a series of musical performances in celebration of silence in music. The event is due to begin at 1.30 pm today in the Edmund Burke Theatre in Trinity.

The series will bring together musicians from many different cultures to try and answer the question, can "silence" be...
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A series of musical performances that celebrate “silence” in music

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55 New Scholars, 14 Fellows and one Honorary Fellow were announced on Trinity Monday celebrating the beginning of our annual Trinity Week.

The ceremony is one of the oldest and most colourful at Trinity and marks the beginning of the annual Trinity Week, a long established celebration of College life.

The announcement was made by the Provost of Trinity, Dr Patrick Prendergast, surrounded by...
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55 New Scholars 14 Fellows and one Honorary Fellow were announced on
To help mark today's launch of the Trinity Campus Pollinator Plan, researchers are asking for YOUR help in naming a new campus VIP -- our Queen Bee!

As the matriarch of the hive, she lays up to 1,500 eggs per day (up to 1 million during her lifetime). At its peak, her honeybee colony can have up to 60,000 workers (females) and several hundred drones (males). The workers act as nurses,...
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To help mark todays launch of the Trinity Campus Pollinator Plan researchers
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Another great year for the Trinity Ball with amazing performances from Bloc Party, The Riptide Movement, the Styrpes, Loyle Carner, The Trinitones, the Trinity Orchestra and many more
Another great year for the Trinity Ball with amazing performances from Bloc
When Trinity was established 425 years ago, life expectancy was less than 35 years, a bacterial infection or bad teeth could lead to an early grave, and treatments for black plague included coating the victim in mercury and placing them in the oven to ward off the disease! Thankfully we have moved on from those days but where should we be going in terms of health in our changing world?

Let...
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When Trinity was established 425 years ago life expectancy was less than
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