The Wessex Institute is one of the best respected academic institutions in the world with a board of directors made up of some of the world’s leading scientific academics. The Institute has recently been looking to provide a series of different viewpoints on the evolution of various bacteria and scientific research conducted on many different levels; leaders at the Wessex Institute have published research showing a variety of different viewpoints they feel will promote the transference of knowledge between researchers and industry leaders alike.
Under the leadership of Professor Carlos Brebbia the Wessex Institute has gone so far as to publish its respected “Design & Nature” publication with a disclaimer stating the Institute does not necessarily support the conclusions of the information being published. The need to act in this way comes on the back of the decision by the leaders of the Wessex Institute to provide information that promotes discussion and different claims between leaders in a range of different scientific areas.
Over the course of its three decade life the Wessex Institute has been looking to create a series of partnerships with some of the best known institutions in the world, including The University of Georgia, U.S.A., and Italy’s University of Siena. The Wessex Institute looks to combine the work of its own graduate study students and academics with the work of others at partner universities to create journals published on a regular basis that form the backbone of its annual conferences. The Wessex Institute has been a major supporter of various awards presented around the world, such as the George Green Medal awarded in conjunction with the University of Mississippi.