The research consortium for smaller and specialist universities and colleges
'Indicators of research integrity: an initial exploration of the landscape, opportunities and challenges' is the result of a collaboration between UKRI, Cancer Research UK and GuildHE, to explore what indicators of research integrity exist, or...
Today Research England announced its funding allocations for 2022-2025. Included within that is a £6 million fund in 2022-23 to support knowledge exchange at institutions not routinely in receipt of the Higher Education Innovation Fund (HEIF). Fantastic news and a...
The call for input on UKRI’s New Deal for PGR presents a welcome opportunity to highlight the key challenges and opportunities associated with postgraduate research routes, funding and models. The GuildHE research consortium currently represents 30 smaller and...
GuildHE Research members are research-active, teaching-intensive smaller and specialist universities and colleges from across the UK