The research, published today, could prove significant as concerns grow over use of fertilisers.
The funding will be used to support five different research projects across College.
With 13 per cent of students not progressing in NUIG and the University of Limerick, Trinity is only university to improve.
An Taisce tells The University Times that “the scale” of the building raises concerns.
The expanded centre, which will be based in Trinity, will be launched by Minister for Skills, Research and Innovation, Damien English.
The agreement follows five years of conflict between unions and the state on pay issues.
The current problems facing nursing students can only be understood in the context of previous disputes.
The aim is to reduce the amount of appeals heard by the Court of Academic Appeal.
The Equality Office is currently in the process of finding suitable spaces for student and staff parents to breastfeed.
Lynn Ruane, herself an access student, was present at the launch.