A new review from i-sense members, published in AIDS, looks at the last 20 years of research around diagnostics that use p24, an
Earlier this year, the McKendry lab at UCL hosted three work experience students from schools across the UK.
New research from the McKendry group at UCL, published in Digital Medicine, reports a pilot clinical study using a shear horizontal surface acoustic wave (SH-SAW) biosensors based on low-c
New research from Public Health England and members of i-sense at UCL, published in Environmental Re
As the NHS celebrates its 70th anniversary, i-sense Director, Professor Rachel McKendry, is helping to assess how new technologies including genomics, artificial intelligence and bionanotechnology,
On 17 and 18 May 2018, i-sense members Dr Val Turbé (McKendry group at UCL) and Professor Rosanna Peeling from LSHTM were invited to take part in the ‘Phones, Drones and Disease’ workshop, organise
Professor Molly Stevens, Professor of Biomedical Materials and Regenerative Medicine and the Research Director for Biomedical Mat
By Benedict Rumbold and Dr James Wilson
Philosophy, University College London
Measuring the binding affinity between the building block of life - proteins - lies at the heart of biochemistry, disease diagnostics, and drug discovery.
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-