During research involving human participants, researchers may discover something with significance to the participant's health; for example, an undiagnosed disease or risk of illness. This report explores public attitudes to this issue.
Discussions from the third in a series of workshops organised by Wellcome to examine public engagement with health research.
The findings from the evaluation of the Darwin Education Initiative (Darwin200).
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.
Following the closure of our Sciart programme in 2006, we commissioned an independent evaluation to document its legacy and long-term impact.
Our Monitor survey explores the public's thoughts on medical research, science and health. Every three years we survey hundreds of adults and young people across the UK.
This report presents findings from an in-depth research study that aimed to explore the role governance plays in shaping attitudes to biomedical research.
This conference explored whether public engagement activities are successfully engaging all sectors of society.
A report discussing methods of deliberation, consultation and public engagement about biomedical science, based on a survey of attitudes to 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.
This report maps the provision of science communication with research by exploring public attitudes to science, engineering and technology.
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.
The results of a public consultation exercise, commissioned by Wellcome, on human cloning and the use of cloning technology in medical research.