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).
21 Oct, 2021
TU Dublin Wins EU Funding for Entrepreneurship Programme for Prisoners
As part of a consortium led by the University of Saarland (Germany), TU Dublin has recently won substantial funding to develop entrepreneurship programmes for prisoners.
6 Oct, 2021
Minister Simon Harris announces IRC funding for 28 TU Dublin Researchers
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD, has today announced €28m in funding for new research projects under the Irish Research Council’s flagship Government of Ireland programmes.
1 Nov, 2021
European Safety and Reliability Conference 2022
Technological University Dublin and Trinity College Dublin will host the 32nd European Safety and Reliability Conference (ESREL 2022) in Dublin next year.
27 Sep, 2021
Researchers from TU Dublin Tackle Online Child Sexual Exploitation through Innovative N-Light Project
Researchers from TU Dublin have been awarded funding from the Tech Coalition’s Safe Online Research fund for their N-Light Project.
21 Sep, 2021
Study reveals first Irish picture of the socioeconomic impact of the pandemic
Rural dwellers in Ireland and those living in public housing were among the hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, with residents in those areas across Ireland experiencing higher rates of hospitalisations, a University College Cork (UCC) and Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) study finds.
20 Sep, 2021
Study shows increases in smoking and vaping in Irish teens
For the first time in 25 years, rates of smoking among teenage boys in Ireland are increasing, according to a study published in ERJ Open Research.
6 Jul, 2021
Postdoctoral Researcher, Dr C. M. Iftekhar Hussain, Exploring TPV Systems to Recover Waste Heat
Dr C. M. Iftekhar Hussain, a postdoctoral researcher of industrial waste heat recovery at TU Dublin, first became interested in renewable energy when studying and working in Bangladesh.
11 Jun, 2021
Transforming Ireland’s Open Access Publishing
TU Dublin, along with the Irish Research eLibrary (IReL), is actively engaged in negotiating open access publishing agreements with a growing number of scholarly publishers.
31 May, 2021
Global warming already responsible for one in three heat-related deaths
Professor Patrick Goodman of TU Dublin is a member of an international study that has demonstrated for the first time the actual contribution of man-made climate change in increasing mortality risks due to heat.
19 May, 2021
TU Dublin Launches New EU Funded Community Engagement Report
A new EU funded report profiling community engagement at Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) has been launched. The report identifies the university’s strengths and potential areas for development.
14 Apr, 2021
Approaching Contemporary Challenges of Global Migration International Conference
The School of Languages, Law and Social Sciences at TU Dublin is hosting an international conference, taking place online, on the Contemporary Challenges of Global Migration on Thursday, 17 June.
28 Apr, 2021
Leaf No Waste Progresses to the Seed Phase of the SFI Future Innovator Prize
Leaf No Waste at TU Dublin is one of four teams to make it to the Seed Phase of the Food Challenge under the SFI Future Innovator Prize Programme. The initiative is competing with three other food-based research projects for a €2 million prize fund.
28 Apr, 2021
The next-generation tools that will help us in a post-Covid world
In a piece originally published on RTÉ Brainstorm, Dr Andrew Kavanagh, a lecturer in the School of Food Science and Environmental Health at TU Dublin, explores the next-generation tools that will help us in a post-Covid world
20 Apr, 2021
World Intellectual Property Day, 26 April 2021
Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin) is celebrating World Intellectual Property (IP) Day 2021 on Monday, 26 April 2021, with an event highlighting how a strong IP strategy can help build competitive and resilient SMEs and help bolster Ireland's reputation as a Global Innovation Leader.
14 Apr, 2021
TU Dublin Research Showcase with VIRal
Following on from the recent TU Dublin Open Labs Anniversary event, TU Dublin Hothouse is delighted to announce a new series of events showcasing research across the university.
13 Apr, 2021
SFI Frontiers for Partnership Awards now open!
Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) has announced the introduction of the SFI Frontiers for Partnership Awards. a component of the SFI Frontiers for the Future Programme.
20 Apr, 2021
Convene Transforming University and Enterprise Engagement
Led by Technological University Dublin, working in conjunction with the UCD Innovation Academy, Convene has now set out on its transformative work agenda of creating a shared learning platform at the intersection of enterprise, education and research in Dublin.