Welcome to the School of Chemistry
Trinity College Dublin was founded in 1592 and is ranked at 71 in the QS world university rankings for 2015. Formal chemistry teaching commenced in August 1711 when the first dedicated Lecturer in Chemistry was appointed. The School of Chemistry has 20 academic staff, 5 administrative staff and 14 technical and attendant staff, of whom 2 are employed full-time in workshops that provide electronic and glassblowing services. Read more
Current News & Events
- Congratulations to Eoin McCarney on being selected to attend the 67th Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Lindau, Germany this summer.
- Collaboration on bone nanoagent paper by Gunnlaugsson Group and Prof. Clive Lee (RCSI) featured by news agency Reuters
- Congratulations to Ussher Assistant Professor Max Garcia-Melchor for this research published in Nature Communications.
- TEDxTallaght- Prof. Mike Lyons talks about "Our Hydrogen Future".
- TEECE Public Engagement 2016 - "What if we could fuel our cars with water?"
- Recent Awards for the School of Chemistry
- Fun Day for Phil Gale! Half-Day on Chemistry Symposium-Thursday, 1st December, 2016.
- Congratulations to the Winners of the "Thesis-in-3 Competition" at Probe Event.
- Trinity Graduate William Campbell Awarded Nobel Prize in Medicine
- Viola Previtali won the Joint Runner-Up prize in the TBSI image competition (photo above).
- Chemists devise revolutionary 3D bone-scanning technique.
- Gold Elsevier Young Student Award at the 27th International Conference of Diamond and Carbon Materials 2016 goes to Trinity PhD student Joana Vasconcelos.
- Final year PhD student, Michelle Brown, is this year's recipient of the RSC Electrochemical group Sheelagh Cambell award.
- BOC Gases Prize Winner 2015-2016
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