Trinity College, Dublin

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Name: Trinity College, Dublin
First reported 19 hours ago - Updated 1 hour ago - 1 reports

Central Bank appoints Gabriel Fagan as chief economist

The Central Bank has announced the appointment of Gabriel Fagan to the role of chief economist.Mr Fagan replaces Lars Frisell, who was appointed chief economist in February 2012 but left two years later for a role with the IMF in March 2014.Mr Fagan, ... [Published Irish Times - 19 hours ago]
First reported Jul 22 2014 - Updated 7 hours ago - 2 reports

Trinity Part of Global Schizophrenia Breakthrough

An international scientific collaboration has found 108 locationsin the human genome associated with schizophrenia.Trinity College Dublin was a significant contributor to thateffort along with 3,500 Irish participants in the study.Researchers around the ... [Published HighBeam Research - 12 hours ago]
First reported 10 hours ago - Updated 10 hours ago - 1 reports

RGU honours IT entrepreneur

Tuesday, 22 July, 2014IT entrepreneur Barry Smyth was awarded the honorary degree of Doctor of Technology (Hon DTech) at Robert Gordon University’s (RGU) graduation ceremony on Friday, July 18.Barry Smyth has achieved the highest distinction as a computer ... [Published Robert Gordon University - 10 hours ago]
First reported Jul 22 2014 - Updated Jul 22 2014 - 1 reports

Biker (42) dies in crash

THE sister of a 42-year-old man who died when he lost control of his motorcycle described him as "the best brother in the world". Kieran Morgan, from Avoca in Co Wicklow, died in the single vehicle collision at Cronebeg, Aughrim, early yesterday. He was ... [Published Irish Independent - Jul 22 2014]
First reported Jul 21 2014 - Updated Jul 21 2014 - 1 reports

India's Snakebite Victims Could Be Offered Lifesaving Low-Cost Nasal Spray, Trinity College Dublin Study

Snakebites are a neglected health problem, despite causing up to 84,000 deaths a year worldwide. A new cheap and easy-to-use nasal spray could help reduce the toll, according to researchers. Antivenoms, traditionally designed to treat the most common ... [Published BioSpace - Jul 21 2014]
First reported Jul 21 2014 - Updated Jul 21 2014 - 1 reports

World War I is remembered at Trinity

• Pictured at the roadshow in Trinity College is Maire Dunne and her granddaughter Aideen from Inchicore with a cigarette box with a bullet hole and a picture of St Teresa that belonged to Maire’s father, Jim Dempsey Borrowes. PHOTO BY SHARPPIXIRELAND’S ... [Published Dublin People - Jul 21 2014]
First reported Jul 19 2014 - Updated Jul 19 2014 - 1 reports

‘I’ll confound the prognosis that I’ll never walk again’

You can’t put a price on being able to hug your family standing upright.Jack Kavanagh, 21, put on a bionic suit that allowed him to walk, look his dad straight in the eye, and hug him.Almost two years ago, Jack from Dunshaughlin, Co Meath, broke his neck ... [Published Irish Examiner - Jul 19 2014]
First reported Jul 18 2014 - Updated Jul 18 2014 - 3 reports

Irish men over 50 just as likely to be overweight as US counterparts

Back to Ireland HomeIrish men over the age of 50 are just as likely to be as overweight or obese as their American counterparts, a new study has found.According to the Irish Longitudinal Study on Ageing led by Trinity College Dublin, 79% of men and women ... [Published Breaking News.ie - Jul 18 2014]
First reported Jul 17 2014 - Updated Jul 17 2014 - 2 reports

New Science Gallery exhibition aims to refresh climate change conversation

Trinity College Dublin’s Science Gallery has launched a free exhibition entitled ‘Strange weather: forecasts from the future’ exploring how humans are attempting to understand, adapt to and control our changing weather.Curated by Met Éireann’s Gerald ... [Published Business & Leadership - Jul 17 2014]
First reported Jul 16 2014 - Updated Jul 17 2014 - 2 reports

Skeletal remains unearthed at light rail construction site in Dublin (IrishCentral)

The excavation site in front of Trinity College Dublin.Photo by: Photocall IrelandSkeletal remains, believed to be human, were discovered yesterday at a construction site near Trinity College Dublin .Workers had commenced digging on College Street in ... [Published Irish Central - Jul 17 2014]
First reported Jul 16 2014 - Updated Jul 16 2014 - 1 reports

Skeletal remains found outside Trinity College Dublin.

Skeletal remains found amid Luas works outside TrinityBones found outside Trinity College during Luas works - Independent.ieLuas cross city project unearths bones at Trinity College | Irish ExaminerWhat appears to be medieval human remains have been found ... [Published Politics.ie - Jul 16 2014]
First reported Jul 16 2014 - Updated Jul 16 2014 - 2 reports

Prevalence of potentially inappropriate prescribing and prescribing omissions in older adults examined by new study from RCSI

Reducing the risk of fractures in older womenThirteen scientists receive grant to identify new treatments, cure for psoriasisScientists sequence genome of Asian liver fluke, a cancer-causing parasiteResearch sheds light on key mechanism prevalent in Alzheimer's ... [Published News-Medical.Net - Jul 16 2014]

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"I am delighted to announce the appointment of Gabriel Fagan to the role of chief economist," Mr Gerlach said. "Gabriel brings a significant level of experience and expertise to the role and I look forward to working closely with him."
"The same parts of the brain that light up with alcohol light up with sugary drinks. People will not let their kids smoke a cigarette or drink a glass of wine - there has to be the same attitude to daily consumption of sugar sweetened drinks. These should only be consumed by children very occasionally." We have updated our commenting system to LiveFyre, which means you will now need to register with us in order to comment...
"Certainly that’s high on the agenda, but the bigger issue, I think, is the gradual secularisation of our society, particularly our schools. The Church has to find ways of being relevant."

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ECB advisor appointed chief economist at the Ce... [Published Irish Independent - 2 hours ago]
Genomic study targets schizophrenia [Published Irish Examiner - 3 hours ago]
The shape we're in - the obesity time bomb expl... [Published Irish Independent - 3 hours ago]
The Punt: Vital Central Bank role for new econo... [Published Irish Independent - 3 hours ago]
RGU honours IT entrepreneur [Published Robert Gordon University - 10 hours ago]
Trinity Part of Global Schizophrenia Breakthrough [Published HighBeam Research - 12 hours ago]
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Study reveals new information about the genes a... [Published Noodls - 14 hours ago]
UCD's lift-off as it joins the race to space [Published Evening Herald - 16 hours ago]
Nearly 80% of over 50s in Ireland are overweigh... [Published Bariatric News - 17 hours ago]
Central Bank appoints Gabriel Fagan as chief ec... [Published Irish Times - 19 hours ago]
Trinity plays key role in global schizophrenia ... [Published Irish Times - Jul 22 2014]
Biker (42) dies in crash [Published Irish Independent - Jul 22 2014]
Opinion: ‘It’s a terrible blow to Aids research... [Published TheJournal.ie - Jul 21 2014]
India's Snakebite Victims Could Be Offered Life... [Published BioSpace - Jul 21 2014]
80 percent of Irish over 50 are as heavy as Ame... [Published Irish Central - Jul 21 2014]
8 things to do on your first day studying abroa... [Published Irish Central - Jul 21 2014]
4 Irish teens for Beijing decoding event [Published Ireland Business World - Jul 21 2014]
World War I is remembered at Trinity [Published Dublin People - Jul 21 2014]
Bawdy 17th-century comedy adapted for Madison s... [Published Madison Eagle - Jul 21 2014]
The road to Petras: Why I gave up my job and be... [Published TheJournal.ie - Jul 20 2014]
Obesity Rate Skyrockets To 80 Percent Of Over-5... [Published Inquisitr - Jul 19 2014]
‘I’ll confound the prognosis that I’ll never wa... [Published Irish Examiner - Jul 19 2014]
Life-savings ops on hold thanks to HSE decision [Published Irish Examiner - Jul 19 2014]
The next-to-last place any farmer should visit ... [Published High Plains Journal - Jul 18 2014]
India: India's snakebite victims could be offer... [Published ReliefWeb - Latest Updates - Jul 18 2014]
Africa: Cheap Nasal Spray May Save Snakebite Vi... [Published NextBillion.net - Jul 18 2014]
HIV/Aids workers struggle with loss of colleagu... [Published Irish Times - Jul 18 2014]
Pursuing the right to education [Published Cape Times - Jul 18 2014]
Irish men over 50 just as likely to be overweig... [Published Breaking News.ie - Jul 18 2014]
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India: India's snakebite victims could be offer... [Published ReliefWeb - Latest Updates - Jul 18 2014]
Source: GuardianCountry: India Nasally administered antidote to snake venom to be trialled in India, where the number of fatalities is the highest in the world Snakebites are a neglected health problem, despite causing up to 84,000 deaths a year worldwide. ...
CME, Reuters Picked To Replace Silver Fixing In... [Published Zero Hedge - Jul 11 2014]
A few days ago we reported that the World Gold Council was actively preparing to announce the replacement to the existing gold/silver fix, a system that had allowed the rigging of precious metals for 117 years. Confirming that said rigging would only ...
474 Dead Children 'Used for Anatomical Research... [Published Breitbart Feed - Jun 26 2014]
The remains of 474 children who died in Irish hospitals and mother and baby homes were used for anatomical research over a period of 25 years, it was revealed yesterday. The Irish Independent reports that the remains of the "unclaimed bodies" were ...
Research reveals widespread dissatisfaction wit... [Published Call Centre Clinic News Articles - Jun 18 2014]
18th June 2014 - New research released today by enterprise ICT solutions and services provider Damovo UK & Ireland has revealed widespread dissatisfaction over how businesses manage their contact centres. A survey of 2,087 UK consumers conducted by ...
Ireland's Mental Hospitals Condemned People at ... [Published Breitbart Feed - Jun 16 2014]
Between the late 1920s and early 1960s Ireland led the world in locking up people in mental institutions, with inpatient admission rates that were multiples of other countries, campaigners for mental health now claim.  The campaigners are demanding ...
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