Wellcome is funding an ambitious new global study designed to understand how people around the world think and feel about science and key health challenges.
We've developed an ambitious new strategy for our public engagement work and, as a result, we are making some changes to the Public Engagement Fund.
Wellcome has a new public engagement strategy. Imran Khan, Head of Public Engagement, explains why we think it's necessary and what it means for the way we will work
Today, we’re pleased to launch new Research Enrichment awards. These extend our dedicated funding for public engagement to encompass open research, and diversity and inclusion.
Michaela Coel, award-winning screenwriter, playwright, actress and poet ('Chewing Gum'), has been awarded the 2017 Wellcome Screenwriting Fellowship in partnership with BFI and Film4.
‘Ayurvedic Man: Encounters with Indian medicine’, Wellcome Collection’s latest exhibition, shines a light on some of the treasures in our archives, from intricate anatomical diagrams and surgical tools, to erotic manuals and spiritual manuscripts.
Wellcome's Engagement Fellowships for 2017 have been awarded to Sara Kenney, Alok Jha, Anita Shervington and our first international fellows, Elizabeth Kimani and Nabeel Petersen.
Fourteen public libraries across England, Scotland and Wales have been awarded £200,000 to help their communities explore health and wellbeing. Greer Roberts, from Wellcome’s Public Engagement team, explains why we're co-funding the projects.
Wellcome is giving £13 million in funding to five science centres around the UK to encourage new and different ideas that will help to make science more accessible.
Games exploring the legacy of the Black Death, plant breeding and life on Mars have made it to the final phase of Developing Beyond, a $500,000 year-long competition created by Epic Games and Wellcome.
Wellcome Collection’s exhibition is made up of objects borrowed by the public, creating a collective snapshot of the way people relate to nature in modern life.