The Rosalind Franklin Appathon for Women in STEMM ended on a high note with our Prize and Tech Day 2016!
i-sense researcher and student selected to participate in prestigious research event at the House of Commons.
Harriet Gliddon's novel test for TB wins the Institute of Global Health Innovation Student Challenges Competition!
i-sense Deputy Director, Prof Molly Stevens, receives prestigious Clemson Research Award.
i-sense team up with the Wellcome Africa Centre and CASA at UCL to help prevent HIV in South Africa.
i-sense Deputy Director Ingemar Cox has been awarded the IEEE Signal Processing Society's 2015 Sustained Impact Paper Award.
Apply before 4th January 2016 for a chance to win our national app competition to m-power and recognise Women in STEMM.
i-sense researcher delivers her talk "Early detection of infectious disease: modelling 'capture' proteins in HIV and Influenza".
We invited the public on an interactive journey through our hunt for bugs at this year's Spark Festival London.
i-sense partner, University of Surrey opens its state-of-the-art 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC).