i-sense invited visitors on a interactive experience, to help us control an infectious disease outbreak at Greenman 2016! Read more >
llama outbreak at Greenman Festival
i-sense researchers are using fluorescent nanomaterials to rapidly detect tuberculosis in the blood. Read more >
fluorescent nanomaterials for TB Diagnosis
The Rosalind Franklin Appathon for Women in STEMM ended on a high note with our Prize and Tech Day! Watch the video >
Rosalind Franklin Appathon: Prize and Tech Day
i-sense student, Harriet Gliddon's novel test for TB wins Institute of Global Health Innovation Competition! Read more >
Harriet Gliddon wins Global Health Innovation Competition
i-sense team up with the Wellcome Africa Centre and UCL CASA to help prevent the spread of HIV in South Africa. Read more >
Wellcome Trust Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies
Google Flu revisted: i-sense collaborate with Google to improve flu estimates from search queries. Read more >
cdc flu influenza virus
llama outbreak at Greenman Festival
fluorescent nanomaterials for TB Diagnosis
Rosalind Franklin Appathon: Prize and Tech Day
Harriet Gliddon wins Global Health Innovation Competition
Wellcome Trust Africa Centre for Health and Population Studies
cdc flu influenza virus

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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 are a research collaboration, funded by the EPSRC.

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