The Weighting Game

The latest installment of Dr David Lloyd’s blog on his experiences of working on the iFIND project.

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Radio 5 Live interview

iFIND’s Dr David Lloyd spoke with the 5 Live team about the work we’re doing at iFIND

 

 

iFIND-1 recruits 3500th participant

Thank you to everyone who has agreed to be part of our research so far.

 

Mapping the Unborn

Hazel Sheffield from The Long+Short takes a look around the iFIND project through the eyes of a research participant. This article highlights the motivation, aims and day to day running of the of the project.

Many robotic arms make light work

The latest installment of Dr David Lloyd’s blog on his experiences of working on the iFIND project. Making a robot arm: How hard can it be??

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iFIND-1 recruits 2000th participant

Thank you to everyone who has agreed to be part of our research so far.

 

 

KHP Summer School: Alberto introduces the next generation of scientists to iFIND ultrasound technology

Dr Jenny Cook, Research Associate in Public Engagement in Science at the Biomedical Research Centre organised this week long summer school for King’s Health Partners. Our Robotics Engineer, Alberto took the opportunity to show young scientists new ultrasound technology being developed by iFIND.

 

iFIND: developing cutting edge MRI technology on the way to the ultimate goal

The second installment of our very own Dr David Lloyd’s blog. Here he explains some of the toughest challenges facing the team and how we are overcoming them.

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New technology to improve 20 week ultrasound scan

A blog written by Dr David Lloyd, Clinical Fellow working on the iFIND project. Documenting how fulfilling, interesting and exciting he is finding the project David gives a brief glimpse of how complex and challenging this undertaking really is.
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iFIND Senior Research Fellow Bernhard Kainz presents work at the imperial festival: Blog.

A blog written by Bernhard Kainz, Senior Research Fellow on the iFIND project, about his experience of the imperial festival. With the visitors’ age range between 0 and 99 years and the expected number of attendees at 15000, they had their work cut out. This was a relatively unusual setting for a scientist to present their work, but the team all agree it was an all round positive and fun day of public engagement.

 

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