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The Alkaptonuria (AKU) Society was set up to transform the lives of AKU patients; through patient support, community building and medical research.They have helped establish sister societies in 12 locations worldwide.
BenevolentAI is a company focused on forging a powerful union between humans, technology and science using AI. The Company’s purpose is to dramatically accelerate innovation in industries that rely on science-based ideas, inventions and products and overcome some of the world’s greatest scientific challenges.
The BSI’s is one of the oldest, largest, and most active, immunology societies in the world and is the largest in Europe. Their 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.
Clarivate Analytics is the global leader in trusted insights and analytics that accelerate the pace of innovation. Trusted by the world’s top universities, corporations and brands, the company is on a bold entrepreneurial path to help customers accelerate how quickly they turn new ideas into solutions that improve lives.
Covance, the drug development business of LabCorp, provides end-to-end drug development services to biopharmaceutical clients worldwide. They have more than 15,000 professionals located in more than 30 countries who support clinical trial activity in approximately 100 countries Covance has been involved in the development of all current top 50 drugs on the market, as measured by sales revenue.
The Daphne Jackson Trust is an independent charity dedicated to returning talented scientists to careers after a break of two years or more. These are people who have already been trained in a STEM discipline, but who have taken a break to bring up children, relocate with a partner, illness, or to look after elderly or disabled family members, and who might be lost to the STEM workforce if it wasn't for returners schemes like the Daphne Jackson Fellowships.
Digital Science is a technology company serving the needs of scientific research. They provide software that makes the research process simpler and more efficient so that everyone can work smart and discover more. Digital Science believe passionately that tomorrow’s research will be different and better than today’s.
F1000 is the publisher of three unique services that support and inform the work of life scientists and clinicians. F1000Prime provides researchers with a personalised literature service. F1000Workspace offers scientists a comprehensive suite of tools to help with writing, collaborating, reference management and preparation for publishing. F1000Research is an open science publishing platform.
Horton International Global Healthcare is an executive search consultancy specialising in the recruitment of senior talent in the pharmaceuticals, life sciences and healthcare sector. They count amongst their clients some of the top ten global pharmaceutical companies as well as many other businesses in the biotech and medtech sector.
LifeArc is a technology transfer organisation that helps bridge the gap between basic medical research and commercial application. They were established in 2000 to identify, protect and commercialise IP arising from the UK’s Medical Research Council, but today they also translate early discoveries into partnered assets for universities, medical research charities, and pharmaceutical and biotechnology organisations around the world.
The Medicines Discovery Catapult is the centre of national expertise for the discovery of medicines. It 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 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. They provide a forum for Partner organisations to build close connections with each other, and the wider research community, including consumers and industry.
Research Media is a creative agency specialising in all things research and academia. They provide bespoke, creative and personal communication services to research organisations, higher education institutions and academics across the world – and they help communicate the ‘so what’ of research.
Researchfish is a platform that provides 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.
The College is professional association working to improve health care for women by setting standards, training and educating doctors, and advocating for women's health worldwide.
The Nutrition Society is a scientific society promoting nutrition and dietetics research via their five peer reviewed journals, academic textbooks, scientific conferences and training workshops. The Nutrition Society has grown to be the largest learned society for nutrition in Europe. Their 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.