Welcome to the i-sense, the EPSRC IRC in Early-Warning Sensing Systems for Infectious Diseases. Our vision is to engineer a new generation of disruptive sensing systems to diagnose, monitor and prevent the spread of infectious diseases such as major flu epidemics, MRSA and HIV.

This is our UCL page. For our full website, please go to www.i-sense.org.uk

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News and Events


Register now for the Rosalind Franklin Appathon: Prize and Tech Day 2016

Join UCL and i-sense in celebrating our App Competition finalists and the pioneering women at the forefront of the UK digital space! Guest speakers include UCL Provost Michael Arthur, Baroness Martha Lane Fox and Dame Athene Donald.

Jennifer Brookes presents i-sense vision at III Symposium 2015 

i-sense researcher Dr Jennifer Brookes delivered her talk "Early detection of infectious disease: modelling 'capture' proteins in HIV and Influenza" at the UCL Infection, Immunology and Inflammation (III) Symposium on Wednesday 14th October 2015.

i-sense "Bug Hunters" at UCL Spark Festival London

i-sense researchers invited the public to be scientists for a day at our interactive "Bug Hunters" stall at this year's Spark Festival London at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. 

5G Innovation Centre officially opens at University of Surrey

i-sense partner, University of Surrey opens its state-of-the-art 5G Innovation Centre (5GIC), securing the UK’s role in leading the development of the next generation communications technology, 5G. 

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