Our online application and grants management system. It covers all aspects of submitting applications and the application review process. Read our guidance about how to use Grant Tracker.
The free destination for the incurably curious. Explore the connections between medicine, life and art in the past, present and future.
One of the world's major resources for the study of medical history, including material relating to contemporary medicine and biomedical science in society.
Find thousands of freely licensed digital books, artworks, photos and images of historical library materials and museum objects.
A free digital resource of activities for primary school teachers that can be used to enhance their science teaching, spark pupils’ curiosity and develop pupils’ thinking skills.
Mosaic was an award-winning longform magazine that told In-depth stories about the people, ideas and trends that drive biology and medicine and affect our lives, health and society. It launched in March 2014 and its final features were published in December 2019.
A free, impartial educational resource that brought cutting-edge science into the classroom and beyond.
A world leader in genome research. Researchers at Sanger use genome sequences to deliver insights into human and pathogen biology.
The Wellcome Genome Campus is home to some of the world’s foremost institutes and organisations in genomics and computational biology. BioData Innovation Centre provides flexible office space for innovative businesses that complement the unique research and science at the campus.
A UK-based programme of postgraduate courses and conferences that focus on biomedicine.
Understanding Patient Data is led by a small core team, based at the Wellcome offices. Its aim is to explain how and why data can be used for care and research, what’s allowed and what’s not, and how personal information is kept safe.
An independent council funded by Wellcome and the Medical Research Council.
Together Science Can was a global campaign, run by Wellcome and international partners, to celebrate and protect scientific collaboration. It ran from September 2017 to April 2019.