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The BSI’s is one of the oldest, largest, and most active, immunology societies in the world and is the largest in Europe. Our main objective is to promote and support excellence in research, scholarship, and clinical practice in immunology for the benefit of human and animal health and welfare. We seek to help British immunology accomplish the highest possible goals through running events in research, public engagement and education, by promoting and disseminating research and good practice and enhancing public awareness of immunology, and influencing policy and decision making.
Clarivate Analytics combines expertise with technology to deliver solutions that guide you through the research ecosystem supporting your role from start to finish. With our tools, search and discover, author and collaborate with a range of solutions for reference management, publish, manage and evaluate. Clarivate Analytics, formerly the IP&Science business of Thomson Reuters, is the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals. They combine industry expertise with innovative technology to deliver solutions that support the full research ecosystem to help reach your goals and broaden your impact. With curated and unbiased information, they can intelligently guide you through the research ecosystem, supporting your role within scholarly research, or publishing and analysis—from start to finish. With their tools, seamlessly search and discover, author and collaborate, publish and present, manage and evaluate.
LifeArc is a technology transfer organisation that helps bridge the gap between basic medical research and commercial application. Our goal is to ensure that innovative life science research reaches its full potential. We were established in 2000 to identify, protect and commercialise IP arising from the UK’s Medical Research Council, but today we also translate early discoveries into partnered assets for universities, medical research charities, and pharmaceutical and biotechnology organisations around the world. Our drug discovery laboratories take novel academic targets and generate lead stage small molecules and therapeutic antibodies for indications with unmet medical need.
The Medicines Discovery Catapult is the centre of national expertise for the discovery of medicines. The Medicines Discovery Catapult has been established as a private sector, industry focused, independent organisation to develop new approaches for the discovery and early development of new medicines helping to transform ideas into commercial products and services. The Catapult will develop and validate new ways of discovering new medicines and supporting the key UK strength in pharmaceutical, biotechnology and contract research organisations.
The NCRI is a partnership of UK cancer research funders. NCRI Partners have funded more than £5.5bn of cancer research since 2002, and working together ensures that these funds are used to best effect. We provide a forum for Partner organisations to build close connections with each other, and the wider research community, including consumers and industry. By linking with these stakeholders, a diverse set of expertise and perspectives can be harnessed to make progress against cancer. We run a number of core activities that facilitate coordination and help to form the ‘big picture’ of UK cancer research, including a database that tracks how Partners research funds are spent. We also explore and run collaborative initiatives to address research gaps or barriers and capitalise on scientific opportunities that are too large or complex to be taken forward by one organisation alone. www.ncri.org.uk
Researchfish was launched in 2012 to provide funders of research with a means to gather the outcomes of their funded research and report on the impact of that funded research. The platform uses use a systematic and standardised set of questions across all funders so researchers only need to enter their information into one system regardless of where their funding comes from. We make the process of reporting as simple as possible. Researchfish tries to ensure that if researchers have entered information onto a system once then they don’t have to do it again. To do this Researchfish connects with 800 repositories to harvest as much of this information as possible. The platform is available 24x7 365 days a year and is now used by over 100,000 people across 130 organisations worldwide, including the research councils of the UK, The Francis Crick Institute and the AMRC. Overseas funding organisations are also adopting the Researchfish service with keen interest coming from the Nordic region as well as Australia and the Americas. By enabling all these funding organisations to use the same metrics it allows for these organisations to be able to collaborate more easily to start to get a more in-depth understanding of impact either by sector or by geography. Researchfish is the global leader and most comprehensive service in the impact sector with over £45 billion of funded research being reported on by our members. Being governed by those members ensures that the improvements we make to the service matches current and future requirements.
The Nutrition Society is a scientific society promoting nutrition and dietetics research via our five peer reviewed journals, academic textbooks, scientific conferences and training workshops. The Society was established in 1941 at the height of World War Two 'to advance the scientific study of nutrition and its application to the maintenance of human and animal health'. That remains our mission today. Highly regarded by the scientific community, the Nutrition Society has grown to be the largest learned society for nutrition in Europe. Our membership is world-wide and open to anyone with an interest in the science of human or animal nutrition.

Supporters of the AMRC provide financial and non-financial contributions enabling the AMRC to carry out its activities. The activities of, and any goods/ services supplied by, a supporter organisation are the responsibility of that supporter and should not be treated as endorsed or approved by the AMRC by virtue of the organisation being a supporter of the AMRC.