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Scientists at CRANN unlock vital information about triggers for neurodegenerative diseases
16.05.17

A team of international researchers led by Prof Martin Hegner, Investigator in CRANN and Trinity’s School of Physics have for the first time observed how proteins fold while being produced in real time. This has significant implications for understanding protein synthesis generally and particularly in neurogenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s. Their findings have been published today in the prestigious journal, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

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Engineering the properties of molecular magnets – Trinity physicists in major breakthrough
28.02.17

AMBER Team’s Discovery May Push Quantum Computers Closer To Reality

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Irish-based AMBER Professor receives knighthood from Italian President
08.02.17

An order of knighthood, the Order of the Star of Italy, has been bestowed on Professor Stefano Sanvito, Director of the CRANN Institute at Trinity College Dublin. Previous recipients have included Charlene, Princess of Monaco, Carlo Ancelotti (football manager for Bayern Munich), former Italian Presidents Carlo Azeglio Ciampi and Francesco Cossiga, Fabio Luisi (Conductor of the Metropolitan Opera) and Frank Sinatra.

 

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International workshop on smart inks for the pharmaceutical packaging industry
24.06.16

Palladio Group, a leading company operating since 70 years in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industry made in Italy, supports a prestigious international workshop about “PhutureMed – Smart inks for smart pharma” which will take place on Thursday the 23rd of June at Lucan House, the  Italian Ambassador's residence in Ireland.

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Irish Physicists Discover a new Form of Light
10.05.16

Physicists from Trinity College Dublin’s School of Physics and the CRANN Institute, Trinity College, have today announced the discovery of a new form of light. The discovery will impact our understanding of the fundamental nature of light.

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