Trinity second year Engineering students receive innovation award at Engineers Without Borders competition
Two second year Engineering students, Uzair Qureshi and Oisin Carroll from the module ‘2E7 Engineering and the Environment’, have received The Arup Innovation award for their ‘Bamboocherie’ project on the chemical treatment of bamboo in order to improve its structural strength and lifespan. Their ‘Bamboocherie’ idea was one of 13 projects selected from universities and colleges all across Ireland competing in the annual ‘Where there is no Engineer’ competition organised by Engineers Without Borders Ireland.
Media: Trinity College Dublin – School of Engineering – News
Date: Wednesday, 27th June 2017
Ireland’s Muslims more educated than general population
Jews better educated globally than other key religious groups, Pew Research Centre finds Muslims in Ireland are better educated on average than non-Muslims, according to new research.
Media: The Irish Times Online
Date: Wednesday, 14th December 2016, 5:00am