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'The Institute of Sexology' opens its doors at Wellcome Collection
Wellcome Collection is exploring the most publicly discussed of private acts with ‘The Institute of Sexology’, the first UK exhibition to bring together the pioneers of the study of sex. From Alfred Kinsey’s complex coded questionnaires to Samoan jewellery to sex machines, the show investigates how the diverse research, methods and collections of sexologists have shaped our ever-evolving attitudes towards sexual behaviour and identity.
20 November 2014
Wellcome Trust unveils new funding framework
We today announce an evolution of the Wellcome Trust funding framework that will enhance our ability to support excellent research, both in the UK and worldwide.
18 November 2014
New research funding to strengthen Ebola response
A portable device that can test bodily fluids for Ebola and anthropological training for health workers to help them work more effectively with local communities are among the five research programmes that the UK government and the Wellcome Trust are funding to combat the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
17 November 2014
Wellcome Trust launches nationwide Sexology Songwriting project
Young people from around the UK have begun work on a Sexology Songwriting project that will see them exploring the study of sex through music and lyrics.
14 November 2014
Forensics: The anatomy of crime
Following a £17.5 million development, Wellcome Collection will open a major exhibition in February 2015 exploring the history, science and art of forensic medicine. 'Forensics: The anatomy of crime’ travels from crime scenes to courtrooms, exploring the specialisms of those involved in the delicate processes of collecting, analysing and presenting medical evidence. It looks at the stories of victims, suspects and investigators of violent crimes, and our enduring cultural fascination with death and detection.
5 November 2014