New products, from vaccines and other therapies to technological advances for disease monitoring and diagnostics, are important and direct impacts from the MRC’s research.
News from the Medical Research Council Autumn 2015.
A report by an independent scientific review group commissioned by the funders of the NPRI. Also see the annexes.
Technology Touching Life (TTL) is a potential BBSRC, EPSRC and MRC joint initiative to foster interdisciplinary technology development research across the engineering, physical and life sciences (both biomedical and biological).
An introduction to the MRC for the general public. July 2015.
News from the Medical Research Council Summer 2015.
A small selection of MRC-funded achievements and successes from 2013 and 2014, which add to our long story of improving human health, benefiting society and supporting economic growth.
This Communication Capability Review is one of a series conducted by the Cabinet Office across Whitehall departments, arm’s length bodies and agencies. The review fieldwork took place in January 2015, alongside reviews of the other six Research Councils. This report looks at the communications activity of MRC. The collective review is available on the RCUK website.
Reports the findings from research undertaken to explore the career choices of non-clinical medical researchers who applied for or were awarded Medical Research Council (MRC) funded post-graduate degrees, fellowships, grants or programme leader track positions at MRC Units and Institutes, currently in the first 10 – 20 years following receipt of their MRC funded award.