23 Aug, 2022
Mechanical Engineering Brother Duo Triumph in Prestigious Design Engineering Competitions
Brothers Eoin Oude Essink and Tadhg-Lorcan Oude Essink have won the prestigious nTopology Responsible Part Challenge 2022 and were semi-finalists in the ASME Heat Sink Challenge 2022, representing TU Dublin and Trinity College Dublin, respectively.
1 Jul, 2022
TU Dublin Hosts International conference on Clinical Spectroscopy
From Sunday, 19 June, to Thursday, 23 June, TU Dublin hosted the 12th International Conference on Clinical Spectroscopy in the Central Quad on the University's Grangegorman Campus.
10 May, 2022
New Research Identifies Factors Affecting Access Students' Progression
Minister Niall Collins today launched a Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) report highlighting the need for a range of supports to increase the progression rates of Access Foundation students to further undergraduate study.
26 May, 2022
Going Dark: Law Enforcement Challenges in the Cyber Environment
In collaboration with Oxford Information Labs and EURid, the Graduate Research School is holding the “Going Dark: Law Enforcement Challenges in the Cyber Environment” course, which will be open to all postgraduate research students and staff at TU Dublin.
29 Mar, 2022
TU Dublin Crisis Support Fund
TU Dublin has created a Crisis Support Fund to assist researchers fleeing crisis situations. Across the World, researchers face threats to their lives, freedom, and careers in research.
10 May, 2022
Minister Harris announces funding for TU Dublin health and climate research projects
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, has announced 76 grants valued at €53.7 million to support frontier research across 10 higher education institutions, including TU Dublin, through Science Foundation Ireland (SFI).
27 Apr, 2022
New RTÉ One TV Series Brainstorm Profiles TU Dublin Research
Ever wondered why we count magpies or whether or not postcodes have an impact on house prices? Or why 10,000 is supposed to be the magic number for steps in a day? Or who the best snooker player of all time might be?
31 Mar, 2022
New research makes ground-breaking discoveries for stroke prediction in younger people
Frontiers of Neurology Journal publishes ADAPT SFI Research Centre research on age-specific models impacting short-term ischemic stroke risk.
22 Mar, 2022
HRB awards €6 million to train tomorrow’s research leaders
The New Health Research Board (HRB) has awarded TU Dublin funding for the SPHeRE programme, which will drive research to address Ireland’s current and emerging health and social care challenges.
9 Mar, 2022
TU Dublin Researchers Join €10m ALS Research Programme
An ambitious academic, clinical and industry research programme aiming to provide new insights into our understanding of Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) was launched on Tuesday, 01 March by Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar TD.
2 Mar, 2022
TU Dublin receives funding under Shared Island North-South Research Programme
Taoiseach Micheál Martin and Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris, recently announced funding for four projects involving TU Dublin researchers under the first funding call from the North-South Research Programme.
18 Feb, 2022
Join TU Dublin and Guest Speakers at the 6th Annual National Construction Summit
Open Labs by TU Dublin and Guests are delighted to Speak, Attend and Exhibit at the 6th Annual National Construction Summit taking place on Thursday, March 3rd, 2022, at the Sport Ireland Campus in Blanchardstown.
17 Jan, 2022
TU Dublin Tourism and Hospitality Researchers win IRC New Foundations Award
Minister Simon Harris TD has today (17.01.22) announced Irish Research Council funding for 77 New Foundations projects that will bring researchers and community organisations together to collaborate on projects that will have a tangible impact on societal issues.
3 Dec, 2021
TU Dublin Lecturer wins IRC Research Ally Prize
On Friday, 3 December, the Irish Research Council awarded Dr Máirtín Mac Con Iomaire, senior lecturer in the School of Culinary Arts & Food Technology at TU Dublin, a Research Ally Prize as part of the IRC Researcher of the Year 2021 awards.
3 Dec, 2021
12 TU Dublin Businesses Selected for Enterprise Ireland 2021 'Hot 100 Start-ups' list
Enterprise Ireland has released the 2021 'Hot 100 Start-ups' list in collaboration with The Business Post, showcasing emerging Irish companies set for global success.
7 Dec, 2021
Kepak invests €250,000 in food innovation partnership with TU Dublin
Kepak has invested €250,000 in a science-driven culinary innovation partnership with Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) to establish a new research team focused on meat optimisation, sustainability, packaging, health, and nutrition.
1 Dec, 2021
Can Technology Save Us, or Does It Signal Our End?
This is a question that technologists and philosophers will ask later this month when Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) hosts the First Annual Conference of the European Culture and Technology Lab+ (ECT Lab+).
16 Nov, 2021
TU Dublin lecturers Awarded IRC COALESCE Funding to Examine the Future of Digital Arts Festivals
Very few sectors were unchanged by the COVID-19 pandemic, but the arts festival sector in Ireland and abroad was forced to shift to the digital sphere with very little time to plan and prepare.
4 Nov, 2021
Minister McGrath announces winner of the Construction Sector Build Digital Grant
The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath TD, has awarded funding to the Build Digital Alliance, led by TU Dublin, for their proposal which sets out plans to gather momentum in digital adoption in the construction sector in Ireland.
29 Oct, 2021
TU Dublin Researcher Dr Muhammad Atif Qureshi Awarded IRC Funding
On Tuesday, the Irish Research Council announced that Dr Muhammad Atif Qureshi had been awarded funding for a project under Collaborative Alliances for Societal Challenges (COALESCE).