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The sixth wave of an online survey that enables us to follow the career paths of a selection of Wellcome-funded basic science researchers.
These reports explore the quantifiable impacts and factors in schools that can influence the success of continuing professional development.
We commissioned independent consultants Technopolis to study the types of clinical research that use data from trials.
On behalf of the Public Health Research Data Forum, we commissioned research to explore the opportunities and challenges around data linkage in public health research.
Commissioned by Wellcome, this report by the Research Information Network examines the current status and possible future direction for the peer review of research papers.
This report highlights the findings of our sixth annual international engagement workshop which took place in Botswana. Discussions focused on public and community engagement with changing food systems, health and the environment.
Our framework is designed to help governors take a strategic view of what matters in their school.
We commissioned Bain & Company to look at the barriers that prevent life sciences research from being effectively translated into treatments, technologies and products.
This guide helps students to think about how research ethics applies to their own independent research projects.
The third wave of an online survey that enables us to follow the career paths of a selection of Wellcome-funded clinical fellows.
We explore how open collaborations in the life sciences are developing.
Our recommendations for transforming primary science.
Report assessing the discovery and use of major data sets in the public health and epidemiology research domain.
A framework to help school leaders and governors discuss ways to improve science and maths education.
A study calculating the economic benefits of investment in cancer-related research by the taxpayer and charities in the UK.
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.
A study exploring the features of successful science education interventions.
Report by the Expert Advisory Group on Data Access examining the factors that help and hinder individual researchers in making their data accessible.
Our study identifies ten steps to maximise the success of engaging young people from disadvantaged backgrounds with informal science activities.
The Public Health Sciences Working Group, convened by Wellcome, consider the state of the public health sciences in the UK.