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We commissioned Global Life Sciences to assess the evidence to date for the polypill in the primary and secondary prevention of cardiovascular diseases.
Our Science Education Tracker is a survey of young people’s attitudes towards and experiences of science education and careers.
Report of evidence from the Frontiers meeting on Protecting Mental Health - acting early against anxiety and depression.
A review of what research management in Africa currently looks like, and where the gaps are.
A review of what research management in India currently looks like, and where the gaps are.
We review how Ofsted school inspections comment on science.
The Coalition for Research and Innovation (CARI) aims to encourage African nations to increase investment in research and development and to set their own research agendas, working alongside global partners.
This report is based on discussions at our annual international engagement workshop, which was held in Mumbai, India, in 2016. It explored the use of creative and artistic methods in engaging communities with science and health research.
The results from our workshop exploring the use of clinical trial networks for antibiotic development and why they’re important.
Our infographics explore how a network could make clinical trials for antibiotics more effective, and how it could be sustained.
This commissioned review looks at the data infrastructure provision available to Wellcome-funded researchers and suggests areas where improvements could be helpful.
We commissioned a review looking at interoperability standards for digital research outputs.
We explore potential gaps in data management skills and capacity, and how these needs can be met in future.
This commissioned review focuses on how cultures and incentives can be embedded to support open research.
A commissioned review looking at how to make sure data sharing benefits research globally.
We propose concrete interventions to combat the real and growing threat of antimicrobial resistance.
A summary of the discussions at our summit on antimicrobial resistance, a review of the different policy options available, and supporting literature.
Nature comment piece by Jeremy Farrar and Sally Davies on antimicrobial resistance.
We examine attitudes to public engagement with research across our funding portfolio in low- and middle-income countries.
Insights and considerations for people who are interested in running artist residencies in health research programmes, based on feedback from Wellcome Collection's Art in Global Health project.