More than 60 leading healthcare, research and disease advocacy organisations from across the world are joining together to form an international alliance dedicated to enabling secure sharing of genomic and clinical data.
Ten previously hidden objects – weird, wonderful and beautiful by turn – go on display today in 'First Time Out' (6 June–31 July), a unique collaboration that sees ten museums and galleries each exhibit an artefact from their archives that has never been seen before.
The Wellcome Trust has awarded a Strategic Translation Award to Trino Therapeutics to take forward a programme to develop a first-in-class drug for the treatment of inflammatory bowel disease.
A €7 million clinical research facility (CRF) has been opened in Dublin by the Irish Premier, Taoiseach Enda Kenny. The new centre is a joint initiative between Trinity College Dublin and St James' Hospital with funding from the Wellcome Trust and Health Research Board of Ireland.
The new Mary Rose Museum opens to visitors today at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard – the very same dockyard at which the great Tudor warship was built over 500 years ago. Supported by a Wellcome Trust Capital Award, the new museum reunites the ship with many of the 19,000 artefacts recovered – and with her crew, in a unique journey through Tudor life.
The Wellcome Trust today announces the expansion of three funding streams to enable a wider range of research applications from the humanities, the social sciences and the arts.
Failure to use linked electronic health records may lead to biased estimates of disease incidence and outcome, researchers warn in a paper published online today in the British Medical Journal.
The Wellcome Trust is now inviting applications for a new scheme, Postdoctoral Research Training Fellowships for Clinicians. These support the most talented clinical academics wishing to pursue their research interests at a postdoctoral level.
Some of the UK's leading neuroscientists, stem cell biologists, psychologists and psychiatrists are uniting to break down scientific barriers in a bid to solve the mystery of mental illness and neurological conditions.
A new research project aims to shed light on what happens to the brain as young people mature, as part of a £5.4 million project funded by the Wellcome Trust.
The Wellcome Trust, in conjunction with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is offering opportunities for early-career researchers to carry out interdisciplinary research at MIT.
The Wellcome Trust has awarded a £5 million Seeding Drug Discovery award to GlaxoSmithKline plc (GSK) to support its open approach to discovering and developing urgently needed new treatments for diseases of low-income countries.