Researchers at three institutions in the US and UK receive grants to advance studies of repurposed drugs and novel antibodies in preventing COVID-19.
Statements issued by Wellcome in response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic originating in Wuhan, China and its spread to other countries.
More than 25 leading publishers have committed to making all of their COVID-19 and coronavirus-related publications, and the available data supporting them, immediately accessible in PubMed Central and other public repositories.
COVID-19 Therapeutics Accelerator will coordinate R&D efforts and remove barriers to drug development and scale-up to address the epidemic.
We call on researchers, journals and funders to ensure that research findings and data relevant to this outbreak are shared rapidly and openly to inform the public health response and help save lives.
Jeremy Farrar, Wellcome's Director, pays tribute to Dr Peter Salama, an Executive Director at the WHO who was instrumental in leading efforts to tackle Ebola.
Wellcome Trust survey on research culture in the UK and globally exposes the stark pressures faced by many who work in research.
How Wellcome's investment portfolio performed in the year to 30 September 2019.
Wellcome has commissioned award-winning photographer Siân Davey to produce a new photography series on the theme of the Wellcome Photography Prize 2020 – mental health.
An unprecedented insight to the diverse range of species on the British Isles will be made possible by Wellcome funding to the Darwin Tree of Life Project.
Presenting drug-resistant infections – or antimicrobial resistance – as an ‘apocalypse’ or a return to the ‘dark ages’ fails to create a sense of urgency on the issue and makes people feel defeatist, finds a new Wellcome report.
Wellcome Photography Prize 2020 is now open for submissions until 16 December 2019. There are five categories, including two for this year's theme, mental health.
The new permanent gallery at Wellcome Collection has opened its doors, exploring trust, identity and health in a changing world.
A tender photograph, providing personal insight into living with autism, has been selected as the overall winner for the Wellcome Photography Prize 2019.
Melanie Keen, currently Director and Chief Curator of Iniva (the Institute of International Visual Arts), has been appointed Director of Wellcome Collection, the free museum and library for the incurably curious in London. She will take up the role in autumn 2019.
Information about the shortlisted entries for the Wellcome Photography Prize 2019