We're always interested in news items where we're mentioned, and especially when it's a good-news story. This link from Bristol University celebrates a substantial funding award to the UK LLC, to which the Airwave Study is a key contributor.

The Airwave Study has been supporting research into dementia for some years now, and we were pleased to host a discussion event at our White City Campus on June 1st. Leading scientists from Oxford and Imperial College presented their research to members of Great Minds, leading to a final session where attendees asked interesting and thoughtful questions of our speakers.
We would like to tell you about another exciting opportunity for Airwave to contribute to research on the nation’s health. The Study has been invited to take part in the UK Longitudinal Linkage Collaboration (“UK LLC”) which aims to create a national research resource for both scientific discoveries and to support the translation of those into NHS practice.
We are pleased to announce the release of our 2023 newsletter covering recent research, ongoing work and our future plans for the Airwave Health Monitoring Study.

Researchers using the Airwave dataset may wish to begin using Version 2 of the Data Dictionary and its annexes. More annexes and appendices will be published in due course. Please refer to the Researchers menu item on the main page.

We have updated our Privacy Notice for participants, which you can find here.

We are pleased that the Airwave Health Tissue Bank is now listed as a cohort by the Catalogue of Mental Health Measures, an interactive catalogue of mental health and well-being measures in British cohort and longitudinal studies. See our entry here.

‘People Like You’ presents an online conversation about Stefanie Posavec’s visualisation of the Airwave study and how work like hers can be useful for cohorts and biobanks.

During 2021, we have been working with Stefanie Posavec, an artist-in-residence with the People Like You project, where she visualised the Airwave Study. Aimed at showing how visualisation and art can be useful for biobanks and cohort studies, the results of her work are available here.

As part of a Wellcome Trust Medical Humanities Collaborative award, "People Like You: contemporary figures of personalisation" we are holding a one day event in London on Friday 17 September 2021. See our resident artists present their work, plus discussions on personalisation, medicine, healthcare and data science.