TRIL Centre research into recognising the onset of frailty is featured in Irish Times article

Check out the article published by the Irish Times on April 26th entitled ‘Staying younger for longer’ that explores research being carried out by the Technology Research for Independent Living (TRIL) Centre that uses non-invasive technologies to look for clues that could signal when a person is becoming frail and make early intervention more of a possibility.

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About the TRIL Centre

The TRIL Centre looks at the physical, social and cognitive consequences of ageing and develops technologies to address them…’making longer lives better’.

TRIL is an active collaboration between researchers in academic, clinical and industry settings.  Operating as a virtual centre with researchers based in UCD, TCD, NUIG and Intel, it tackles the problems associated with demographic ageing. The centre harnesses multidisciplinary ageing research, clinical expertise and enabling technology development and evaluation to support independent living. For more visit

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