BBC One documenatry, The Truth About HIV, features research by the i-sense EPSRC IRC in Early Warning Sensing Systems for Infectious Diseases.
Researchers from the i-sense Llama Outbreak Control Unit were back again this year at Courtyard in Kings Cross, Green Man’s Welsh beer and cider festival, to track a strange disease spreading across...
i-sense awarded MRC grant to develop digital technologies for HIV diagnosis and care in South Africa
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!