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i-sense researchers and UCL Institute of Archaeology students join the Superbugs event at the Science Museum Lates Read more >
This International Women's Day, women in i-sense share what inspires and motivates them, why they love working in science, and how they're working to #Pressforprogress Read more >
The result of collaborative research between i-sense, Public Health England, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, and Flusurvey; a newly published paper on self-swabbing for influenza-like-illness. Read more >
In early February the i-sense Education Alliance Committee organised an exciting two-day workshop series for all members of the team. Read about the skills and experience that our members took away from these two days. Read more >
i-sense members met at the 5G Innovation Centre to discuss the outcomes from i-sense, the role that 5G technologies play in the ecosystem and how they intersect with a range of industry needs. Read more >
New research from i-sense at Imperial College London and UCL provides a promising new approach to detecting immunity to Ebola virus infection. Read more >


Track, test, treat

i-sense aims to identify outbreaks of infectious disease much earlier than ever before, helping patients gain faster access to care and protecting populations.

We’re not your ordinary research team…

Funded by the EPSRC, i-sense is an Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration (IRC) dedicated to supporting a strong team of professionals with different expertise and experience.

Our team brings together experts from different disciplines, universities, and countries to conduct high quality research. Read more >

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