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​Zyme Biosciences, a team led by Dr Marta Broto Aviles who is an i-sense postdoc in Prof Molly Stevens group at Imperial, have made the finals of WE Innovate 2021. Read more >
Pioneering technology developed by UCL and AHRI researchers could transform the ability to accurately interpret HIV test results, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. Read more >
New research, published in Biosensors and Bioelectronics, addresses the urgent need for more accurate rapid diagnostics for COVID-19 by developing an isothermal test that simultaneously detects two gene targets. Read more >
An observational study suggests that the B.1.1.7 Kent variant is not associated with more severe illness and death, but appears to lead to higher virus load. Read more >
i-sense online careers workshop helps map out career goals and ambitions for our students and researchers Read more >
Online search data can help inform the public health response to COVID-19, according to a report from UCL. The data allows experts to predict a peak in cases on average 17 days in advance. Read more >


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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’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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