Key outcomes from the second Call to Action on Antimicrobial Resistance held in Ghana, co-hosted by the Governments of Ghana, Thailand and the UK, along with the World Bank, UN Foundation and Wellcome.
Our workshop with the Gates Foundation and the Academy of Medical Sciences looked at how the current guidelines for clinical trials could be improved, and possible alternative approaches.
Four realistic and achievable options for regulatory cooperation in UK-EU clinical trials, including costs and opportunities.
[Summary] Four realistic and achievable options for regulatory cooperation in UK-EU clinical trials, including costs and opportunities.
We look at pupils’ views of science and how these link to the practice and experience of their science leaders.
We conduct deeper interviews with teachers to explore the findings of our 'State of the nation' report.
A review of how often Ofsted school inspection reports commented on science between September 2017 and July 2018.
[Summary] A review of how often Ofsted school inspection reports commented on science between September 2017 and July 2018.
This scientific white paper looks at the evidence about how antimicrobial resistance in the environment is impacting human health, and at how the risks can be addressed. It summarises discussions from the International Environmental AMR forum, held in April 2018.
A summary of the findings of our scientific white paper, which looks at the evidence about how antimicrobial resistance in the environment is impacting human health, and at how the risks can be addressed.
How funders can work with the research community to improve data access, governance and management.
Our recommendations on EU-UK science and innovation post-Brexit.
A review of UK biomedical PhD training – from how support for students can be improved, to how success is assessed.
Our review reveals high levels of satisfaction with biomedical PhD training overall, but significant levels of worry and uncertainty among students.
Case studies on EU funding, including the areas of epigenomics, dementia, reputation and innovation.
Recommendations from a pilot project to openly publish human antimicrobial resistance surveillance data generated and collected by the pharmaceutical industry. The project was led by the Open Data Institute and funded by Wellcome.
Through a series of case studies, we demonstrate how strategic institutional support has helped research thrive in universities across the UK.
Information about Wellcome's 2018 gender pay gap.
We look at how science should be included in the framework for a future EU-UK relationship.
We discuss ways to improve collaboration between the European Commission and private foundations.