The i-sense Q&A: Diagnostic testing - lessons learned from the pandemic
16 September 2020
In this episode, we spoke to Prof Rosanna Peeling (LSHTM) and Dr Jim Huggett (National Measurement Laboratory &... more
i-sense aims to detect outbreaks of disease much earlier than is currently possible.
We will do this by engineering a new generation of low cost, early warning systems. These systems will combine symptoms reported on the web with novel mobile phone-connected diagnostic tests... more
On 11 July 2019, we held the i-sense Careers Day, which was our eighth training event aimed at our early career researchers since the beginning of the project. A total of 42 people attended the workshop over the course of the day, including six alumni, 22 researchers, and six students.
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 technologies play in the ecosystem, and how they intersect with a range of industry needs.
Our core research flagships are supported by three programmes of work; the Exploratory Projects Fund, Education Alliance and Partnership Resource Fund.
The Exploratory Projects Fund is intended to bring in new expertise from across the consortium, the Education... more
i-sense research is generating intellectual property across a range of areas including new biomarkers and biomimetic capture coatings, novel nanoparticles and surface chemistries, new sensor technologies, signal enhancement strategies and big data analytics.
The i-sense Partnership Resource Fund and Education Alliance have announced new funding calls, in order to grow the expertise and skills of our researchers and support the translation of i-sense technologies into products and practices. See below for a list of current opportunities for i-sense... more
We live in a world where mobile and online resources are increasingly becoming the first point of contact for people seeking health information.
In 2015, Public Health England reported that more than 101,000 people were living with HIV in the UK and more than 6,000 people were infected... more