Published: 14 Jan, 2020
TU Dublin Research Centre secures three nominations at Irish Laboratory Awards
Published: 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.
Published: 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.
Published: 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.
Published: 14 Sep, 2020
People with intellectual disabilities research Covid-19 experiences
PEOPLE with intellectual disabilities have been hit hard by the closure of their day services and workplaces during the Covid-19 crisis.
Published: 17 Aug, 2020
Minister Harris Announces Two Enterprise Partnership Scheme Awards for TU Dublin
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD, has today, 17 August, announced an investment of €4.3 million in 50 enterprise-focused research awards under the Irish Research Council’s Enterprise Partnership Scheme.
Published: 18 Aug, 2020
All over your face: the fashion industry and face masks
Kerry Meakin, a lecturer in Visual Merchandising and Display at TU Dublin, asks can the fashion industry help to turn face masks into a must-wear accessory?
Published: 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.
Published: 6 Apr, 2020
RTE Brainstorm - How Dublin dealt with the 19th-century cholera epidemic
Fr Alan Hilliard, Co-ordinator of the Chaplaincy Service at TU Dublin, City, says there are many parallels between today's Covid-19 pandemic and the cholera outbreak of the 1820s and 1830s
Published: 9 Apr, 2020
RTÉ Brainstorm - How to understand the numbers behind the coronavirus
Elizabeth Hunter, a PhD researcher at the School of Computer Science at TU Dublin, says certain statistics allow us to model the spread of the disease to prepare for future outbreaks and respond to current outbreaks.
Published: 2 Jul, 2020
TU Dublin to Host AICS Conference 2020
The School of Computer Science will host the 28th Irish Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Cognitive Science (AICS2020) which take place online from 7-8 December 2020.
Published: 10 Dec, 2020
TU Dublin Partner in Horizon 2020 funded project SignON
TU Dublin is a partner in the SignON project, which has received Horizon 2020 funding of €5.6M.
Published: 16 Dec, 2020
TU Dublin partner in EU project to revise food security procedures for safe food delivery
The restaurant and catering industries have been negatively affected by the restrictions put in place to manage COVID-19, requiring new guidance for food companies on how to demonstrate that effective controls are in place to mitigate risks associated with COVID-19.
Published: 15 Dec, 2020
TU Dublin Hosts Inaugural Disruptive Thinking Conference
TU Dublin recently hosted its inaugural Disruptive Thinking (DiT) conference in collaboration with the University of Limerick, the University of Pau and the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya on Tuesday, 16 December 2020.
Published: 16 Dec, 2020
Ten Key Points About Vitamin D Supplementation against COVID-19
A consortium of nutrition and dietary experts, including Dr Daniel McCartney of TU Dublin and Prof. Rose Anne Kenny of Trinity, has published a statement in the Irish Journal of Medical Science about Vitamin D supplementation and SARS-CoV-2 infection
Published: 12 Jan, 2021
Pioneering technique offers oral precancer diagnosis
A novel, non-invasive method for detecting precancerous oral lesions early could lead to more effective oral cancer treatments, as well as improved survival rates.
Published: 13 Jan, 2021
How do Judges Judge?
A law lecturer at Technological University Dublin (TU Dublin), Dr Brian Barry, has authored a book examining how factors beyond the law can influence judicial decisions.
Published: 15 Jan, 2021
TU Dublin researchers secure funding from HEA for two new Gender Balance Projects
Researchers from the School of Computer Science at TU Dublin have received funding from the HEA’s Gender Equality Enhancement Fund for two new research projects entitled 'TechMate and ‘pSTEM Role Models’.
Published: 1 Feb, 2021
Minister Harris announces €193 million investment in five world-leading SFI Research Centres
Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD today announced an investment of €193 million in five Science Foundation Ireland Research Centres for six years.
Published: 4 Feb, 2021
What's actually in the Covid-19 vaccine?
Dr Ryan Craig, an Assistant Lecturer in Organic Chemistry at the School of Chemical & Pharmaceutical Sciences at TU Dublin, has written a guide to the full list of ingredients in the Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine and what each one does.