Ensuring your research is ethical: a guide for Extended Project Qualification students
This guide helps students to think about how research ethics applies to their own independent research projects.
Working with schools in STEM public engagement: approaches taken by Wellcome Trust-funded research centres
This report looks at how research centres work with schools and the factors that encourage and hinder this work.
Exploring young people's views on science education
Commissioned by Wellcome and carried out by the National Foundation for Educational Research, this report looks at young people's experiences of science education and how they could be enhanced.
Life study: biology A-level in the 21st Century
Commissioned by Wellcome and carried out by the Centre for Education and Industry at the University of Warwick, this report aims to stimulate discussion about the future role of biology A-level in schools.
A recommended code of governance for schools
Our code aims to improve how school governing bodies work, including how they set strategic direction and how they evaluate their own performance.
Subject choice in STEM: factors influencing young people (aged 14-19) in education
We commissioned the EPPI-Centre to examine why young people make the subject choices they do.
Questions for governors
A framework to help school leaders and governors discuss ways to improve science and maths education.
Evaluation of the Wellcome Trust Camden STEM initiative
This report presents the findings of an evaluation of Wellcome’s Camden STEM initiative, which provided funding to eight Camden schools to develop interdisciplinary projects.
Acquisition of science subject knowledge and pedagogy in initial teacher training
We commissioned Roger Lock and colleagues at the University of Birmingham to carry out a study of the subject content of one-year postgraduate training courses for secondary science teachers.
The perceived success of interventions in science education
A study exploring the features of successful science education interventions.
From biobanks to biomarkers
This conference looked at how to use the potential of human population genetics research to improve EU citizens' quality of health.
Public health sciences: challenges and opportunities
The Public Health Sciences Working Group, convened by Wellcome, consider the state of the public health sciences in the UK.
Review of Wellcome Trust PhD research training: the student perspective
This study explores the experiences and expectations of Wellcome-funded PhD students receiving training on four-year PhD training programmes or three-year studentships.
Assessment Framework Report 2009/10
Annual report outlining Wellcome’s achievements in relation to our Strategic Plan for 2010-20.
Shaping the future of open innovation: a practical guide for life sciences organisations
We explore how open collaborations in the life sciences are developing.
Review of Wellcome Trust PhD research training: the supervisor perspective
This study explores the opinions and experiences of the academic supervisors of Wellcome-funded PhD students.
Precompetitive drug boundaries: open innovation in drug discovery and development
Our Frontiers meeting looked at open innovation strategies for drug discovery and development.
Review of Wellcome Trust PhD research training: career paths of a 1988-1990 prize student cohort
This study explores the opinions and experiences of a cohort of Wellcome-funded PhD students who received prize studentships between 1988 and 1990.
Medical Research: What’s it worth? Estimating the economic benefits of cancer-related research in the UK
Following a ground breaking study published in 2008, which yielded the first quantitative assessment of the economic benefit of biomedical and health science in the UK, the Wellcome Trust, Cancer Research UK, the Department for Health and the Academy of Medical Sciences commissioned this new study t
The use of electronic patient records for research and health benefit
This Frontiers meeting brought together senior policy makers interested in developing a research service that is integrated within the NHS' national programme for IT.