This report presents the results of the fifth Wellcome Monitor. It focuses on findings about Covid-19.
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This report presents the results from the fifth Wellcome Monitor, a study on public attitudes about and engagement with science and health research.
Insights from the Wellcome Global Monitor – the largest global survey of how people think and feel about science – found levels of trust in scientists have increased since…
This panel interviews candidates shortlisted for Wellcome Early-Career Awards.
Wellcome's response to some journals discouraging researchers from making Author Accepted Manuscripts open access.
Public trust in scientists rose during the pandemic, placing it on par with doctors and nurses. During the Covid-19 pandemic, more than three-quarters of people globally said…
A review of how often Ofsted school inspection reports commented on science between September 2017 and July 2018.
They are with us from the beginning and eat us when we die. Insects will always be a part of our lives, and a major new season at Wellcome Collection explores the complex and…
Supports a broad programme of discovery research to lead to new insights into life, health and wellbeing.
Professor Fiona Powrie has been selected as the next Deputy Chair of Wellcome’s Board of Governors.
Hubbub was the first residency in Wellcome Collection’s groundbreaking interdisciplinary research space, The Hub. It ended in July 2016. Dr Felicity Callard, the residency’s…
Here you can see a list of eligible applications to the Open Research Fund, including project proposals, outcomes and decision summaries.
Every £1 invested in medical research delivers a return equivalent to 25p every year, a new study shows.
Whether through our Mental Health or Discovery Research funding opportunities, there are multiple ways to apply for grants to support your neuroscience project at Wellcome
Stephen Caddick, Wellcome’s Director of Innovation, says building a UK environment where research findings are turned into treatments and products is a challenge – but one we…
Discovery Research Platforms will bring together researchers, teams and collaborators to address a range of practical, technological and methodological barriers holding up…
A digital illustration portraying a personal experience of Crohn’s disease is the overall winner of the Wellcome Image Awards 2017.
If you're a researcher from outside the UK, you can apply for a Global Talent visa to come to – or remain in – the UK.
Research design, sharing research outputs, research records, research culture and maximising the impact of research.
Current practices prioritise outputs over people’s wellbeing. We want to help build a better research culture – one that is creative, inclusive and honest.