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Cells and Selfies: the PhD Students Sharing Their Research Online

A new type of influencer – the PhD candidate – is emerging online in an attempt to combat the loneliness and pressures of the work.
By Gillian O’Neill
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CAO: Trinity’s Points Changes Mapped

Points went up in many courses as College received a record number of first-preference applications.
By Emer Moreau
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The Environmental Impact of Academic Conferences

Jetting across the world to meet other researchers may have to become a thing of the past if universities are to help fight climate change.
By Cormac Watson
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Filling the Gaps in Ireland’s Cyber Security Knowledge

After high-profile cyber attacks in Ireland and abroad, training people in cyber security has never been more important.
By Gillian O'Neill
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‘We Need More Than a Push at Pride’: Non-Binary Students’ Battle for Recognition

Colleges are taking steps to allow non-binary students to use gender-neutral pronouns on official records, but ignorance and discrimination persist.
By Penelope Norman
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A Decade of Ambitious Capital Projects

Patrick Prendergast situated capital projects at the forefront of his tenure as provost, but some groups felt left behind.
By Gillian O'Neill
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Cementing Trinity’s Place on the World Stage

The internationalisation of Trinity was one of the central aspects of Patrick Prendergast's tenure.
By Mairead Maguire and Jody Druce
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10 Years as Provost: Carving Out a Relationship with Students

Provost Patrick Prendergast didn’t always see eye to eye with Trinity’s students, but he maintains he always had their best interests at heart.
By Naoise D’Arcy
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The Trinity Researchers Examining the Powers – and Dangers – of Cannabis

Cannabis derivatives have wide-ranging applications from treating brain inflammation to epilepsy – but it has potential health risks too.
By Shreya Ravichandran
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The Turing Scheme: A Brexit-Induced Alternative to Erasmus

Pitched as an alternative to a European exchange, the Turing scheme has received mixed reactions from stakeholders in British universities.
By Naoise D'Arcy