Young people should understand more about how science is relevant to them.
The people, projects and places we support include everyone from small community groups and charities to Nobel Prize winners and national galleries.
Sharing your ideas with the public and getting new perspectives can enhance your research. We offer public engagement funding, advice and training opportunities for all Wellcome-funded researchers.
Developing the next generation of research leaders and the ecosystems they work in.
Over the past ten years, we’ve invested more than £120 million in longitudinal population studies in the UK and low- and middle-income countries.
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This steering group gives strategic advice to shape Wellcome’s work on diversity and inclusion.
Project summaries of the grants awarded under our education schemes.
Informal learning experiences – like visiting museums, meeting scientists, watching YouTube videos and playing games – offer huge potential for young people to engage with and learn about science in a way that works for them.
Climate change, urban growth and unsustainable food systems threaten lives. Research evidence and new collaborations could protect and improve human and planetary health.
Pioneering grassroots projects in four different areas of the world are using innovative approaches to make sure the antibiotics we already have remain effective for as long as possible.
Our position statement in support of open and unrestricted access to published research.
This information is for Wellcome-funded grantholders based in UK and Irish organisations. This is a list of the types of costs that can be claimed on a grant.
See our grant funding data, which includes the number of applications we get, the value of awards we make, who we fund and where.
An overview of all our career-related funding
We have a number of committees, panels and expert review groups that shortlist and interview people who have applied for funding.
This data is about our funding activities up to October 2018. It shows the number and value of awards in our grant portfolio, our grant expenditure, and application and award rates.
Guidance notes on research involving human participants living in low- and middle-income countries.
This panel interviews candidates shortlisted for Investigator Awards, Collaborative Awards and senior fellowships.
The panel is made up of a chair and up to ten members, all drawn from the lists below. Panel members are chosen for their broad scientific expertise and interviewing skills. If necessary, there will be additional experts on the panel.
Developing new antibiotics is one way of tackling the growing threat of drug-resistant infections. Tim Jinks explains why it's critical to step up investment in antibiotic development.