i-sense researchers at UCL and Imperial are working on a number of projects in collaboration with Africa Health Research Institute (AHRI) to develop and implement diagnostic tools and technologies
Last week, Professor of Biomedical Nanotechnology at UCL and Director of i-sense, Professor Rachel McKendry, and Research Director for Biomedical Materials at Imperial and i-sense Deputy Director,
i-sense members from the McKendry group at UCL and the Peeling group at LSHTM attended the week-long Advanced Course on Diagnostics (ACDx), which took place at the Fondation Merieux Centre for Glob
i-sense is pleased to congratulate collaborators at the Africa Health Research Institute (AHRI) on the recent launch of their new programme: South African Population Research Infrastructure Network
Researchers from i-sense joined the award winning show, New Scientist Live, as thousands of people visited the ExCel centre in London for a stimulating festival of ideas.
New research from i-sense and published in Scientific Reports, shows promising de
On 1 September, the i-sense team at London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (LSHTM) ran a half day workshop on system needs for diagnostics in global health emergencies; infectious diseases
Congratulation to i-sense PhD student, Isabel Bennett, who won the presentation prize at the UCL Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) Network Event, which took place on 26 July.
We live in a world where mobile and online resources are increasingly becoming the first point of contact for people seeking health information.