The Research Councils working together is known as Research Councils UK (RCUK), which provides a single, collective voice for the Research Councils. Any press enquiries that relate to any cross-Council policies or initiatives are usually dealt with by the RCUK press office.
The seven Research Councils also have their own press offices, which deal with any specific enquiries relating to their work. Contact details are available on their websites as follows:
Find out how research from across the Councils is being used to improve policy and practice, as well as resource material for researchers, in our library of case studies.
The Research Councils support world leading research that has a positive impact on the economic and social wellbeing of the UK. Our timelines depict how UK research has contributed to many of the most important discoveries and developments which inform and shape our world today.
All of the timeline documents can be found here.
Research Councils UK produce a variety of publications and resources need link which provide resources for researchers and users of research; highlight the outcomes and impact of research; and set out policy and strategy. Publications are listed in chronological order, the first being the most recent.
RCUK produces a number of films and podcasts about cross-Council research and policy areas.
More than 200 early career scientists presented their research in a poster competition to dozens of politicians, and a panel of experts, at the House of Commons this week. The STEM for BRITAIN competition, which is co-sponsored by Research Councils UK, saw entries from across the sciences.
Any Research Organisation submitting an feC Proposal to the Research Councils can now recover the costs of the new Apprentice levy. The Research Councils have agreed that the cost of the Levy can be recovered by adding the levy charge through direct staff costs.
The announcement of the first tranche of challenges to be supported by the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) and additional support for high skilled research talent has been welcomed by the UK’s Research and Innovation leaders.