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Five researchers have a team meeting

Opinion | 7 October 2019

We hail individual geniuses, but success in science comes through collaboration by Jeremy Farrar

The Nobel prizes give a human face to science. But does celebrating individuals risk undermining a collaborative research culture?

Legs of people walking up stairs

News | 7 October 2019

Wellcome’s pay gap data 2019

Pay gap data, which is a snapshot of Wellcome on 5 April 2019.

Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe

News | 7 October 2019

Nobel prize awarded to Wellcome-funded researcher

Professor Sir Peter Ratcliffe has been awarded a Nobel prize in physiology or medicine.

Stephen Caddick

News | 3 October 2019

Stephen Caddick to step down as Director of Innovations at Wellcome

Stephen Caddick has decided to step down from his role as Director of Innovations at the end of April 2020.

Danny Truell sitting in front of the World Economic Forum logo

News | 2 October 2019

Danny Truell (1963-2019): five decisions that made the modern Wellcome

A tribute to Danny Truell, who was Wellcome's Chief Investment Officer for more than a decade and helped make Wellcome what it is today.

Female researcher writes on whiteboard

Q&A | 26 September 2019

There are things we can do to make science leadership more representative

Jeremy Farrar talks to Research Africa’s editor Linda Nordling about improving research culture and building representative leadership.  

Illustration depicting people around the globe

Opinion | 25 September 2019

This can be a pivotal moment for global health by Alex Harris

What the global action plan being launched at the UN General Assembly means for research and innovation.

Two researchers look into microscope

Opinion | 23 September 2019

Researchers pay the cost of research by Ben Bleasdale

Excellence in research shouldn’t come at the expense of those who make it happen.

Children and scientists look at an image showing organs of the human body

Opinion | 18 September 2019

How do you get children from disadvantaged backgrounds engaged with science? by Mat Hickman

One answer is youth workers. They are developing and delivering inspiring science activities through Curiosity, our scheme with BBC Children in Need.

Two people discussing what's in a document

Opinion | 16 September 2019

4 ways that PhD programmes are improving their training culture by Anne-Marie Coriat

The new PhD programmes in science that we’re funding combine scientific excellence with a commitment to improving the working environment for trainees.

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