Telling stories: how the public can engage with science
This report highlights the findings of our second annual international engagement workshop which took place in Bangalore. Discussions focused on how to engage the public in science.
Evaluation of In the Zone
In the Zone was a large-scale public engagement and education initiative linked to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. This report, written by ICF GHK Consulting, describes the evaluation findings.
Trust me I am a scientist: exploring the role of trust within international health research
This report highlights the findings of our fifth annual international engagement workshop which took place in the UK. Discussions focused on achieving more ethical and effective community and public engagement with biomedical research.
Developing a strategic approach to public engagement in the Wellcome Trust’s UK centres
Discussions from our second annual workshop for public engagement and outreach staff, researchers and directors working at our major UK biomedical science and medical humanities centres.
The role of scientists in public debate
Commissioned by Wellcome, Ipsos MORI undertook a survey to find out whether scientists consider themselves to be the people most responsible for, and best equipped to, communicate their scientific research and its implications to the public.
Engaging with impact: how do we know if we have made a difference?
This report highlights the findings of our fourth annual international engagement workshop which took place in South Africa. Discussions focused on how to tell whether engagement is achieving its aims.
Strategic plan 2005-2010: making a difference
Our strategic aims and objectives for 2005-2010.
Science for all: is public engagement engaging the public?
This conference explored whether public engagement activities are successfully engaging all sectors of society.
Consultation on the European Commission's proposal for a Clinical Trials Regulation
Factors affecting public engagement by researchers
A national survey, on behalf of a consortium of UK public research funders, into the factors that affect public engagement by researchers across the UK.
What do people think about gene therapy?
We commissioned the National Centre for Social Research to find out what people in the UK thought about gene therapy and how their attitudes were formed.
Science and the public: a review of science communication and public attitudes to science in Britain
This report maps the provision of science communication with research by exploring public attitudes to science, engineering and technology.
Evaluating public engagement in the Wellcome Trust’s UK centres
This report is based on conversations that took place at Wellcome's third annual UK centres' public engagement workshop.
Wellcome Trust medical humanities Frontiers meeting
The highlights from our Frontiers meeting, including the key findings of our History of Medicine Review.
Evaluation of the Wellcome Trust history of medicine programme
Our review of the history of medicine in the UK.
A healthy heritage: collecting for the future of medical history
This event looked at how to ensure a co-ordinated and collaborative collecting policy so that a representative record of biomedical activity is kept.
Research resources in medical history
Reports and books published by Wellcome on various aspects of the history of medicine.
Population and Public Health 1990-2011: Wellcome portfolio review
This portfolio review presents an analysis of developments in population and public health research between 1990 and 2011.
Malaria research: an audit of international activity
Key points from an audit of international research activity in malaria, including future research opportunities.
Medical Frontiers: Debating Mitochondria Replacement