Saving the NHS Costs - the Frugal Way
A new field of healthcare innovation has arisen; focused on identifying unmet clinical needs for medical devices in emerging economies to create simple, affordable and accessible solutions for patients.
New Scientist Live 2017: 28 Sept - 01 Oct
This year the Institute of Healthcare Engineering will be at the New Scientist Live exhibition to showcase some of our research highlights.
UCL at Bloomsbury Festival: Sat 21 Oct
Learn how medical engineers are developing better ways of treating epilepsy and try your hand at using medical imaging techniques to plan brain surgery at this year’s Bloomsbury Festival.
London RehabWeek 2017
RehabWeek combines four renowned international conferences on rehabilitation technology over four days, bringing together engineers, clinical researchers and clinicians.
Celebrating research at University College Hospital
University College Hospital will be transformed into a giant laboratory as part of a huge open day celebrating research next month.
How smart surfaces could prevent infection and avoid the need for antibiotics
Visit the Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition to learn how smart surfaces are being used to prevent infection and avoid the need for antibiotics in clinical settings in an exhibition curated by UCL researchers.
Basic and Translation Research in Vascular Surgery
The 5th ESVS Spring meeting is being held in Leiden on 19th and 20th May 2017. This year there is a strong focus on basic and translational vascular research and cross-disciplinary work.
The Disability Innovation Summit
The Disability Innovation Summit is a unique opportunity to shape the future of disability with the Global Disability Innovation Hub (GDI Hub).
2nd edition of Advanced MRI In Neuro-Oncology
Details of the 2nd edition of Advanced MRI In Neuro-Oncology (AMRINO) have been announced. The event, led by experienced Clinical Neuroradiologists and MRI Clinical Scientists, embraces the role of MRI in Neuro-Oncology.
Stanmore Campus Open Day
Stanmore opens its doors to visitors on Saturday 22nd April to demonstrate the ground-breaking work and research that is shaping musculoskeletal medicine in the 21st Century and beyond.
Robot Ethics: Advances and Challenges in Medical Robotics
A dedicated event exploring the ethics of robotics in medical research, organised by Dr Christos Bergeles in associated with the Institution for Engineering and Technology on 23 February.
UCL Cardiovascular meeting | 16.30-19.00 - 22 February
The second UCL Cardiovascular meeting will take place on 22 February 2017. This event is an opportunity for members of the cardiovascular research community to meet and help shape the future direction of cardiovascular research at UCL.