Ipsos MORI’s science team is expert in conducting research into attitudes to science and its application, amongst the general public as well as specific audiences. Clients include the Wellcome Trust and various UK research councils and regulatory bodies.
Ipsos MORI North combines local knowledge with access to sector-leading National and International expertise and capacity. The Northern Powerhouse agenda and the move towards the devolution of Central Government powers to local regions means that now, more than ever, it is important to have a regional office situated in the North of England. This Manchester based team has served local and national clients since 2000.
Over the next 3 years, the Route contract will introduce new measures to optimise measurement and modelling solutions of digital audiences.
Ben Marshall blogs on our public dialogue research for Innovate UK focused on the key choices faced by cities and what urban citizens value most.
The public hugely underestimate the scientific consensus on the causes of climate change, and are very mixed in their own views about how far human activity contributes to it.
A new report by BNP Paribas Real Estate - Cycology - using Ipsos MORI research indicates an industry better prepared to face future political and economic shocks than it was in 2007.
Leo Cremonezi's thoughts on the potential of the marriage between big data and machine learning.
We are methodological and public policy experts based in London, Edinburgh, Belfast and Manchester. Our staff either specialise in research methods or are dedicated to understanding a particular policy area like policing, health or the economy. Since we also have a presence right across the UK, we understand what the issues are in your local area.
Ipsos MORI Social Research Institute remains committed to sharing the messages from our research, in the belief that a better understanding of public attitudes will lead to better policy and practice.
Building on decades of package research experience, Ipsos helps clients to optimise their packaging so it can reach its full potential as a key consumer touchpoint.
We already know the mood people are in affects their spending, but facial coding technology is pushing emotion-led marketing to a much higher level. Eleanor Thornton-Firkin, Head of Content & Creative Development, Ipsos Connect, writes for Campaign.