i-sense researchers from UCL and Imperial College London joined this month’s superbugs themed Science Museum Lates. The exhibit, titled ‘The Ultimate Superbugs Race,’ was a collaboration between i-
Dr Noah Fongwen, a member of Professor Rosanna Peeling's team within i-sense Flagship 1, was invited for a policy talk on diagnostic priorities for the implementation of antimicrobial resistance (A
This International Women's Day, women in i-sense share what inspires and motivates them, why they love working in science, what it means to be a woman in science, and how they're working to #Pressf
A recent study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research shows that self-swabbing for influenza at home could help surveillance of emerging stages of pandemic and understand on
In 2017, the i-sense Education Alliance Committee reached out to its members to understand what future activities could be planned to best benefit the cohort.
On 19 January, i-sense members met at the 5G Innovation Centre in the University of Surrey to discuss and share outputs that have been created as part of i-sense EPSRC IRC, the role that 5G technol
i-sense researchers from Imperial College London and UCL have recently published landmark research on the development of a paper-based point-of-care test for HIV that surpasses the sensitivity of t
New research from i-sense at Imperial College London and UCL provides a promising new approach to detecting immunity to Ebola virus infection.
On 16 November, 20 i-sense members attended a full day workshop to help improve their communication and presentation skills.
Postdoctoral Research Associate in the i-sense McKendry group at UCL, Dr Harriet Gliddon, recently travelled to South Africa with the support of a UCL Global Engagement Grant.