Feature gallery: cancer research at UWE Bristol

A collection of images illustrating some the research tools and techniques used at UWE Bristol to aid the detection and treatment of cancer.

  • Samples in a centrifuge.

    Title: A centrifuge

  • Simon Messer, Radiographer at UWE Bristol, using GP Sim, on online training solution using avatars to help GPs spot the early signs of cancer.

    Title: Simon Messer

  • Avatar of Sarah Hodges, one of the characters used in GP Sim, a training solution that helps GPs spot the early signs of cancer.

    Title: GP Sim avatar of Sarah Hodges

  • Professor Norman Ratcliffe using the odor reader, a urine test using bio markers.

    Title: Professor Norman Ratcliffe

  • A tool designed by scientists in the Institute for Biosensing Technology (IBST), UWE Bristol to sniff out disease including cancer.

    Title: Odor reader

  • Professor Norman Ratcliffe using the odor reader, a urine test using bio markers.

    Title: Odor reader test kit

  • Dr Elizabeth Anderson, Researcher in the Institute for Biosensing Technology (IBST), UWE Bristol - preparing test samples in the laboratory.

    Title: Dr Elizabeth Anderson

  • Dr Elizabeth Anderson, Researcher in the Institute for Biosensing Technology (IBST), preparing test samples in the laboratory.

    Title: Dr Elizabeth Anderson

  • Dr Elizabeth Anderson, Researcher in the Institute for Biosensing Technology (IBST), preparing test samples in the laboratory.

    Title: Testing samples

 

 

 

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