We invited festival goers on a interactive experience, to help us control an infectious disease outbreak!
The i-sense Annual Report is out! Read all about our latest research, news partnerships and funding opportunities for 2015-2016.
i-sense researchers are developing a new way to rapidly detect genetic barcodes for tuberculosis in the blood.
i-sense researchers were challenged to come up with diagnostic solutions, as part of this interactive workshop.
i-sense PhD student, Evdokia Pilavaki is recognised for her work on an optical sensing device for infectious diseases.
i-sense partner, the Africa Centre for Population Health, is doing its part to help with South Africa's water shortage.
The Africa Centre for Population Health praised the life-saving work of nurses in KwaZulu-Natal, in a jubilant celebration!
i-sense philosopher James Wilson joins National Data Guardian panel to build trust in health and social data.
Professor Rosanna Peeling is joined by leading experts from the LSHTM to explore Zika diagnostic needs and where i-sense can help.
The Rosalind Franklin Appathon for Women in STEMM ended on a high note with our Prize and Tech Day 2016!