Wellcome Trust: Open Science

8 winners

  • Gene Tree predictor

    by Elena
    Most likely to win a Nobel Prize
    The Gene Tree predictor visualizes gene trees and predicts branch lengths for clades.
  • Slow Changes

    by Gareth Lloyd
    Most useful to the public
    Helping people make sustainable lifestyle changes
  • HackBox

    by Joe Jordan - Simon Funke - Kaelan Fouwels
    Open Data
    Hacking the LifeBox Pulse Oximeter to get data out.
  • Boneplicator

    by Harry Rickards, Vesko Vankov
    Open Me
    3D printing multi-purpose generic and personalised (from CT/MRI scans) bones
  • MEDIC (Monitoring & Early Detection for Intensive Care)

    by Allen Lin, Ben Webb, Emily Christy, Florian Rathgeber, John Sandall, Matt Shawkat, Tom Pollard
    Open Research
    Alarms compete for attention in ICU, swamping clinicians with meaningless information. MEDIC is a realtime patient dashboard enabling proactive resource allocation and treatment.
  • Blood Pressure.

    by Isabell Long
    Special Mention
    Is your blood pressure high? If it is, what should you do?
  • Happy Patient

    by Diamond Braganza
    Special Mention
    Using The Power of Twitter to Record Patients Stay in Hospitals
  • WumboCombo

    by Alex, Shad, Kevin, Kaelan
    Special Mention
    Self-diagnosis

19 projects

  • AGTC

    by Tom Hartley
    Get young children interested in DNA and the human genome.
  • Baby Stats

    by Bruno Girin
    Graphic visualisation of England maternity data
  • Blood Pressure.

    by Isabell Long
    Special Mention
    Is your blood pressure high? If it is, what should you do?
  • Boneplicator

    by Harry Rickards, Vesko Vankov
    Open Me
    3D printing multi-purpose generic and personalised (from CT/MRI scans) bones
  • CardioMax

    by Adam Roberts
    iOS cardio app
  • Cellseeker

    by Thomas Shadwell
    Shows where the proteins go.
  • Gene Tree predictor

    by Elena
    Most likely to win a Nobel Prize
    The Gene Tree predictor visualizes gene trees and predicts branch lengths for clades.
  • HackBox

    by Joe Jordan - Simon Funke - Kaelan Fouwels
    Open Data
    Hacking the LifeBox Pulse Oximeter to get data out.
  • Happy Patient

    by Diamond Braganza
    Special Mention
    Using The Power of Twitter to Record Patients Stay in Hospitals
  • Hospital Tycoon

    by Michael Mokrysz
    Run your own hospital.
  • Intensive Care Patient Data Bubble Visualisation

    by Thomasz Jureczko, Rob Finean
    This webpage plays historical ICU patient data through time to help visualise indicator trends of good and bad outcomes
  • MEDIC (Monitoring & Early Detection for Intensive Care)

    by Allen Lin, Ben Webb, Emily Christy, Florian Rathgeber, John Sandall, Matt Shawkat, Tom Pollard
    Open Research
    Alarms compete for attention in ICU, swamping clinicians with meaningless information. MEDIC is a realtime patient dashboard enabling proactive resource allocation and treatment.
  • MIMIC in i2b2 postgres

    by Saj Issa, Jeff Lusted, Malcolm Newbury
    Upload of MIMIC ICU source data into I2b2 on postgres
  • PhysioNet API

    by Florian Rathgeber
    REST API for the PhysioNet Computing in Cardiology Challenge 2012
  • PrescriptionMap

    by Ben Webb and John Sandall
    Mapping prescription item locations
  • Sim Trauma

    by Sci.topia
    A mobile and tablet based game for teaching clinical teams triage, team and resource management for Accident and Emergency Departments.
  • Slow Changes

    by Gareth Lloyd
    Most useful to the public
    Helping people make sustainable lifestyle changes
  • View of Attitudes to Science and Medicine

    by Sam Mbale
    Bigdata query and visualisation
  • WumboCombo

    by Alex, Shad, Kevin, Kaelan
    Special Mention
    Self-diagnosis