RADAR-CNS at New Scientist Live event in London

We are very pleased to announce the representation of RADAR-CNS at the New Scientist Live event taking place at the ExCeL London between the 20th and the 23rd September 2018...

We are very pleased to announce the representation of RADAR-CNS at the New Scientist Live event taking place at the ExCeL London between the 20th and the 23rd September 2018. The New Scientist Live is a festival of science and ideas that is expected to attract over 30,000 guests who can attend over 100 talks and over demo 150 stands. For four days guests will be able to interact with the devices used in the depression and epilepsy components of the study at the RADAR-CNS stand. Guests will be able to see live streaming data from the epilepsy devices – including heart rate and electrodermal activity, or perform thinking tests used in the major depressive disorder study, among other activities. We will also be showcasing preliminary data from the RADAR-BASE, which enables active and passive remote data collection, secure data transmission and data storage for researchers and clinicians.

“Exhibiting at the New Scientist Live is a reason for great excitement. It not only gives us the opportunity to engage members of the general public with what we do, but also provides a platform to raise awareness of how we can prevent mental and physical health issues.” Alina Ivan, Research Assistant working on the RADAR depression package at King’s College London. 
We will have researchers from King’s College London attending from several RADAR-CNS project teams, including our depression and epilepsy, as well as software developers and other researchers at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience.  

Doors will be open from 10am to 5pm. Find our more information about the New Scientist Live please access the following link: https://live.newscientist.com/ and purchase your tickets here: https://live.newscientist.com/tickets. If you would like to post anything about the event, tag us using @RADARCNS and @newscilive, or use the hashtags #RADARCNS and #NSLive.