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Diagnostic app shortlisted for International Student Innovation Award

Eyenimi Ndiomu studied the MSc Public Health in Developing Countries in 2015/16. He has been shortlisted for the prestigious International Student Innovation Award,  which celebrates London’s most talented and innovative international students. In this blog, Eyenimi writes about Ubenwa, a cry-based diagnostic app for birth asphyxia.

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EmpowerHack Health LDN: building e-health solutions for a mobile population.

By Charlotte Seeley-Musgrave (MSc Public Health) and Isha Berry (MSc Epidemiology).

EmpowerHack is a diverse community that aims to build sustainable humanitarian technologies for women and girls in crisis.

Read about how it all started in the first post: EmpowerHack: an inclusive humanitarian crises tech with a focus on…

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Science in Scotland: How do You Catch Ticks?

MSc Medical Parasitology student Brittany writes about her summer project research in Scotland:

Here comes a cliche excuse on why I haven’t been posting, but it is a legitimate one. I have had major ‘make it or break it’ exams that consisted of everything learned this year from October…

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Seeing Science for Free in London: The Wellcome Collection

MSc Medical Parasitology student Brittany is blogging about her experiences in London, and why it’s such a great city to study science:

The Science of forensics, medicine made into art, and a massive collection of historical medical equipment. Those are some of the many things happening at my most…

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There were also places on the top floor of the building for everyone to work outside on those warmer dry days.

A Visit to the Google London Offices

MSc Medical Parasitology student Brittany is blogging about her experiences in London, and why it’s such a great city to study science:

Recently, I got the opportunity through London Universities International Partnership to visit the Google offices in London. We got to check out the coolest working environment I…

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Transport for London: Exploring the Underground

MSc Medical Parasitology student Brittany is blogging about her experiences in London, and why it’s such a great city to study science:

Last Saturday, I got an amazing opportunity to learn all about the history of London’s famous Underground, followed by an exclusive tour of a decommissioned Underground…

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From London to Sweden: A Train, a Plane, and Two Buses Later

MSc Medical Parasitology student Brittany is blogging about her experiences in London, and why it’s such a great city to study science:

 

 

London is said to be the gateway to the rest of Europe, and I couldn’t agree more. With all the travel options going in…

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Seeing Science for Free in London – Do Penguins Have Knees?

MSc Medical Parasitology student Brittany is blogging about her experiences in London, and why it’s such a great city to study science:

I feel like I say this every other week, but I think I have found my new favorite place in London!

As common as it is to…

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Christmas Time in London

MSc Medical Parasitology student Brittany is blogging about her experiences in London, and why it’s such a great city to study science. In this post, Brittany writes about spending Christmas in London:

Christmas break is typically a time one spends with family and loved ones, which is probably why…

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How Science Has Recently Affected the Royal Family

MSc Medical Parasitology student Brittany is blogging about her experiences in London, and why it’s such a great city to study science:
I’m not ashamed to admit that when it comes to my reading and studying, I tend to stay pretty tunnel vision on science articles and books…

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