News & Events
- Graphene 'Grown' at TCD could bring Roll Up TVs
A team based in AMBER, in Trinity College Dublin, have discovered a new behaviour of the wonder material graphene. Graphene is a recently discovered two-dimensional material that may revolutionise the electronics used in smart phones and computers.
- Visit the Zoological Museum in Trinity College
Trinity College's Zoological Museum is now open to visitors. Come and see extinct and endangered species and new exhibits including "Extreme Insects".
- €4.5m Investment in Creative Technologies Research
TCD has appointed Professor Aljosa Smolic, a world-renowned creative technologies researcher to lead a cutting-edge research programme. Professor Smolic has been awarded €4.5 million from Science Foundation Ireland to work on the V-SENSE project.
- Scots Pine is Irish!
A research team led by botanist Professor Fraser Mitchell, have discovered that Scots pine trees are in fact native to Ireland. The new research findings mean that native Irish stock can now be planted in conservation programmes.
- Trinity Professor Elected to Fellowship of the Royal Society
Luke O’Neill, TCD’s Professor of Biochemistry, has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society. He joins a cohort of 50 other leading scientists from across the UK and the rest of the world.
- Major Clean Energy Breakthrough Made by Irish Researchers
Researchers at CRANN, the Nanoscience Institute based at Trinity College Dublin have developed a material which enhances the splitting of water at a very low energy cost using earth abundant raw materials.