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.
With 11 other organisations, we sign a joint statement on ways to improve collaboration between the European Commission and private foundations.
summary of the discussions at the forum, which looked at opportunities to better understand and help reduce the impact of environmental AMR on human health.
How AI is being used in healthcare, how it could be used in the near future, and what ethical, social, and political challenges these current and prospective uses present.
Our guide is designed to help governing boards decide their values and vision, create their strategy and measure progress.
Information about Wellcome's 2017 gender pay gap.
A report about how the questionnaire for the Global Monitor was developed to collect people's views about science and key health challenges.
A key finding of our report is that teachers are less likely to participate in subject-specific CPD than generic pedagogic CPD, even though it is more beneficial.
Wellcome’s recommendations on what should be included in a new EU-UK research partnership and how it could be delivered. It is based on the views of European and UK experts.
[Summary] Wellcome’s recommendations on what should be included in a new EU-UK research partnership and how it could be delivered. It is based on the views of European and UK experts.
A briefing on the economic benefits of musculoskeletal disease research in the UK.
Together with the Royal Society, we asked individuals and organisations from across the UK and EU for their recommendations about how future research and innovation partnerships should work after Brexit.
A synthesis of the existing evidence on the EU-UK relationship on research and innovation, produced by the Royal Society.
As part of our work to transform primary science education, we commissioned research to look at how supported new teachers feel to teach science in primary schools.
The key outcomes from the Call to Action on Antimicrobial Resistance event, organised by Wellcome in partnership with the UK, Ghanaian and Thai governments and the UN Foundation.
We explore how access to continuing professional development helps to keep more teachers in the classroom.
Facts and figures on UK primary science education across the UK – from how science is taught, to what pupils think of it.