The i-sense Education Alliance holds its first researcher workshop at Newcastle University.
i-sense and Flusurvey team up for an exciting new project to monitor the spread of flu in the UK earlier than ever before.
Dr Jennifer Brookes and Valérian Turbé visit OJ-Bio's leading facilities for Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) technology.
i-sense and Imperial College student Harriet Gliddon wins awards for her work on TB diagnostics at the Imperial MRC DTP Colloquium.
Professor Rachel McKendry wins Royal Society award to promote women in STEM.
UCL PhD student Valérian Turbé wins Poster prize at the Biosensors 2014 conference, Melbourne.
Congratulations to i-sense researcher Dr Philip Howes for being awarded an Analyst Poster Prize.
Leading experts gathered at the i-sense flu workshop to discuss the latest digital technologies to track and test influenza.
i-sense and UCL Public Policy host an open data debate as part of the UCL Festival for Digital Health.
i-sense are now inviting applications for Exploratory Project funding, to support projects in the area of influenza.