Submissions Now Open

Submissions for Volume III of Trinity Student Scientific Review are now open!

Submissions can be emailed to tssrsubmissions@gmail.com with the following cover sheet attached:  Submissions Form

Guidelines for submissions can be found here: Info Sheet. The previous years’ volumes can be found here for 2016 and here for 2015.

We can’t wait to start reading your submissions!

The Trinity Student Scientific Review is a student-run annual publication that provides an opportunity for undergraduates to be published and gain recognition for exceptional academic work among their peers and departments in Trinity College Dublin. A scientific review analyses and discusses the literature and current understanding surrounding a particular topic. To be able to critically analyse research is a vital skill of a working scientist, and Trinity’s science undergraduates have a chance to develop and showcase these skills in the TSSR.

Students who write for us learn how to approach and engage with scientific literature and formal scientific writing, and get the chance to probe areas for further study, such as scholarship exams preparation, final year projects, and postgraduate research.

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Printed copies of the TSSR

The inaugural edition of the Trinity Student Scientific Review was published in March 2015, and was launched at an event on the 10th of March in the Dining Hall in Trinity College Dublin. Guest speakers included Professor Linda Hogan, Vice-Provost of Trinity College Dublin, Dr Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin of the School of Mathematical Sciences in UCD, and Paddy Cosgrave, Co-Founder of the Undergraduate Awards and Founder of the Web Summit.

The TSSR team and guest speakers at the Launch. •Front row L-R: Elaine Kelly, Dylan Scully, Dr Andrew Jackson, Professor Linda Hogan Vice Provost of TCD, Georgia O’Sullivan, Johnny Dean, Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin •Back row L-R: Paddy Cosgrave, Luke McGuinness, Dan McDermott, David Corish

The first TSSR team and guest speakers at the Launch.
• Front row L-R: Elaine Kelly, Dylan Scully, Dr Andrew Jackson, Professor Linda Hogan Vice Provost of TCD, Georgia O’Sullivan, Johnny Dean, Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin
• Back row L-R: Paddy Cosgrave, Luke McGuinness, Dan McDermott, David Corish

Published submissions came from students across all scientific disciplines and year groupings, and were reviewed by PhD students and academics. We published 18 articles in the first edition of the TSSR, and awarded five of these authors prizes for Best in Physics, Chemistry, Cellular and Molecular Biology and Environmental, Evolutionary and Earth Sciences, Best Freshman submission, and Best Overall Review.

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Prize-winners for best essays in Volume II: Kevin Lyons, Andrew Mooney, Dónal Ring, Karen Slattery and Stephen Byrne

Our team will be happy to answer any questions you may have and can be contacted here, or for general questions see the FAQs.

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