News and events
- Emeritus Chemistry Professor Sean Corish Receives Lifetime Achievement Award.
- Congratulations to Prof. Sylvia Draper for being awarded by the Institute of Chemistry of Ireland (ICI) the 2018 David Brown award at the Inorganic Ireland Symposium in Queen’s University Belfast.
- “Congratulations to Prof John Boland who won the SFI Researcher of the Year Award and to Dr John O’Donoghue who won the SFI Outstanding Contribution to STEM Communication award”
- Careers Developmnet Symposium - TBSI, 23rd November, 2018.
- Opportunity for an IRC postgraduate scholarship for joint project TCD-NUI Galway
- TCD School of Chemistry chosen to host Ireland’s largest Chemistry Education conference for the first time, the 37th ChemEd-Ireland conference on the 20th of October
- Three PhD positions available (closing date 15th September, 2018)
- Dublin Chosen for International Conference on Coordination Chemistry
- Irish researchers make key breakthrough on ‘brain-like’ computers at the AMBER research facility in TCD.
- Four year funded PhD Studentship - Intelligent Nanosurface Group, Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research Centre (AMBER)
- Professor John Boland, Investigator in SFI Research Centre AMBER, and School of Chemistry, Trinity College Dublin, has been awarded an Outstanding Researcher Award from the Intel Corporate Research Council (CRC).
- School of Chemistry Alumni newsletter 2017/18
- PhD Studentship with AMBER opportunity.
- Two full-time/part-time positions available this Summer for Research Assistants (both Student and Postdoc levels) for research on conductive organic materials and thermoelectrics.
- Prof John M. Kelly, Fellow Emeritus winner of the "Institute of Chemistry of Ireland's 2018 Boyle Higgins Gold Medal"
- Dr Junsi Wang wins RIA Young Chemist award.
- 2018 Newly Elected Fellows and Scholars - Trinity Monday Announcements
- Congratulations to Sean Mok and Anastasiia Shandra in winning the TCD-Intel Partnership Employability Award
- PhD Position Available in September 2018 ( Provost’s PhD Project Award)
- Niamh Murphy in Nature article on “Teen spirit in the lab”
- New International Taught Masters in Energy Science offered by Trinity College Dublin
- Chemistry breakthroughs open new doors to drug developers and cancer researchers
- Llama considering to join Chemistry, cheered up students with its presence on Tuesday afternoon (16-01-2018).
Congratulations to Prof. Sylvia Draper for being awarded by the Institute of Chemistry of Ireland (ICI) the 2018 David Brown award at the Inorganic Ireland Symposium in Queen’s University Belfast.
Professor Sylvia Draper in the School of Chemistry Trinity College Dublin is honoured to be announced as the 2018 recipient of the prestigious Institute of Chemistry of Ireland (ICI) David Brown award. This was presented to her at the Inorganic Ireland Symposium in Queen’s University Belfast where she gave her award lecture entitled ‘Molecular Aromatic Platforms (MAPS): unexpected destinations from somewhat coordinated journeys’.
In presenting the award Professor Stuart James explained that ‘it was in recognition of your outstanding contribution to inorganic chemistry both nationally and internationally’. The award was established in 2014 to honour Professor David Brown of University College Dublin and his work on ferrocene. It has been presented every two years with the previous winners being Professors A. K. Powel (Karlsruher Institut fur Technologie) and M. McCann (NUIM).
Professor Draper thanked the members of her research team past and present who have brought so many ideas to life and brought international recognition to her work. She also described how in her mind the award marked the historic return of the International Conference of Coordination Chemistry to Dublin. It was last held there in 1974, when it was organised by David Brown (UCD) and Bill Davis (TCD), but will be returning in 2026 thanks to Sylvia spear-heading a successful bid in Japan earlier this year.
Professor Draper was also interviewed at the RSC “Breaking the Barriers” launch event in London in early December, where she spoke about her own experiences in relation to the recently published Breaking the Barriers report, you can see the interview here.
Prof John M. Kelly, Fellow Emeritus winner of the "Institute of Chemistry of Ireland's 2018 Boyle Higgins Gold Medal"
On the right: Prof. John M. Kelly
Congratulations to Prof John M. Kelly, Fellow Emeritus, on winning the Institute of Chemistry of Ireland’s 2018 Boyle Higgins Gold Medal. Prof Kelly has over 50 years experience in photochemistry, most recently in the area of metal complexes as DNA probes.
To mark the occasion. Prof. Kelly gave a lecture entitled ‘1.4 Giga-seconds Exciting Chemistry -Time and the Photochemist’ at the Institute’s AGM in the Royal College of Surgeons on April 19th, 2018.
2018 Newly Elected Fellows and Scholars - Trinity Monday Announcements
SCHOLARS: Congratulations to all of the students who were elected as Scholars on Trinity Monday and, in particular, the students who sat the Chemistry Scholar examinations*.
Enya O’Connell Hussey
Nanoscience, Physics and Chemistry of Advanced Materials
The Masters in Energy Science is designed to equip students with the theoretical knowledge and the practical skills to develop careers in the global energy sector. To find out more, click here
The scientists were led by Prof. Mathias Senge and his group from Trinity College Dublin’s School of Chemistry. Their discovery was recently published in the international journal Chemistry – A European Journal, in which it features as a VIP paper and on the journal front cover. Read more
Visiting TCD-Chemistry grounds from petting farm organised by the DU Agricultural Society (@_agsoc).
New International Taught Masters in Energy Science offered by Trinity College Dublin
Llama considering to join Chemistry, cheered up students with its presence on Tuesday afternoon (16-01-2018).