Research culture is often underpinned by the decisions that funders make and how they make them. But what is the best way to decide who to fund?
Leaving academia isn’t the same as leaving research, which is why we need to reimagine what a successful research career looks like.
The Nobel prizes give a human face to science. But does celebrating individuals risk undermining a collaborative research culture?
Jeremy Farrar talks to Research Africa’s editor Linda Nordling about improving research culture and building representative leadership.
The new PhD programmes in science that we’re funding combine scientific excellence with a commitment to improving the working environment for trainees.
The emphasis on excellence in the research system is stifling diverse thinking and positive behaviours. As a community we can rethink our approach to research culture.
We’ve updated our bullying and harassment policy to set out how we expect the organisations we fund to handle cases of misconduct.
In this Q&A, our Director Jeremy Farrar speaks to the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases about his career and the people who have influenced him.