25 Jun, 2020
TU Dublin Offers Full Scholarship For MSc in Digital Marketing
TU Dublin is offering a full scholarship for its MSc in Digital Marketing programme to a small business owner or a Junior Marketing professional financially affected by Covid-19 as part of the oneAday initiative.
16 Jun, 2020
Supporting the Irish Health Sector During Covid-19
When the Irish health sector was suddenly required to work-from-home due to government policy, TU Dublin and e-Learning solutions company Enovation knew they had to work fast to offer an innovative solution to assist staff in the sector adjust to this new way of working.
9 Jun, 2020
Putting COVID-19 infections on the map in Ireland
Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation Heather Humphreys, TD has announced funding for CO/SMID - a Technological University Dublin project, which will track COVID-19 clusters based on geo-referenced data to more accurately predict future outbreaks and influence future interventions.
1 May, 2020
TU Dublin Hothouse Collaboration Offers Free Licence for COVID-19 R&D
CeADAR, Ireland’s Centre for Applied AI, today announced that its portfolio of technology demonstrator projects will now be freely available to license by companies and industry for potential use in their COVID-19 research and development (R&D) activities.
22 Apr, 2020
How COVID-19 might accelerate a global fashion revolution
On Earth Day, Dr Dee Duffy, Marketing Lecturer in Fashion & Retail Studies and Consumer Behaviour, explains why Covid-19 may be the catalyst for a global transformation of the fashion industry.
3 Apr, 2020
TU Dublin Engineers Join National Effort Against Covid-19
Over the past week, a group of engineering lecturers and technical officers across TU Dublin have formed a group to contribute to the Covid-19 response.
3 Apr, 2020
Vitamin D can help build resistance to respiratory infections, including Covid-19
Researchers from Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) and Trinity College Dublin (Trinity) have said that taking Vitamin D supplements may enhance resistance to respiratory infections such as Covid-19, or limit the severity of the illness for those that do become infected.
2 Apr, 2020
Maintaining trust within a virtual workspace
Colin Hughes, Head of the Graduate Business School, Technological University Dublin and Mark NK Saunders, Professor of Business Research Methods, Birmingham Business School, discuss the thorny issue of maintaining trust within a virtual workspace.
3 Apr, 2020
Stay Safe, Stay Sane - TU Dublin Lecturer Launches New Podcast For the Covid Era
Pat Hannon of the School of Media at TU Dublin has launched a new Podcast exploring the lives of people all over the world as Covid-19 changes the nature of who we are and what we can do.
3 Apr, 2020
All you need to know about working from home
More and more employees and companies will be remote working due to the coronavirus outbreak so where do you start? Maébh Coleman, Marian Jennings and Rowena Hennigan have written a guide with everything you need to know about working from home.
30 Mar, 2020
TU Dublin Donates PPE Equipment To Hospitals and Care Facilities
TU Dublin has donated Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to hospitals and care facilities across Dublin.
24 Sep, 2020
TU Dublin Researchers to Develop Saliva-Based Covid-19 Test With Results Available In Just Minutes
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, TD has today announced that researchers at TU Dublin had been awarded funding to develop a saliva-based screening process which can detect COVID-19 in a matter of minutes.
17 Sep, 2020
TU Dublin Researchers Join Europe-wide EIT Food’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Safety Project
Dr Maria Chiara Leva is working with a team from the School of Food Science and Environmental Health, which includes Dr Orla Cahill, Dr Uma Tiwari, Mr Greg Bruke, Mr Fintan Moran and Ms Sara Boyd, on a project funded under the EIT Food’s COVID-19 Rapid Response Call for Innovation.
25 Sep, 2020
Helping researchers discover new concepts about COVID-19
The Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, TD announced on Thursday that Dr Muhammad Atif Qureshi, a Lecturer in the College of Business at TU Dublin and researcher with the SFI ADAPT Centre had received funding for a COVID-19 project.