Kew’s scientific work spans 110 countries

Where we work

Kew’s scientific work spans 110 countries and involves over 400 collaborating institutions worldwide.

Kew's global network of partners and activities

Kew has an extensive international network of individual partners and consortia. Our scientific activities and collaborations span 110 countries worldwide. Much of the fieldwork and sharing of information that Kew undertakes in order to achieve its scientific objectives is dependent on working in partnership with key organisations, individuals and communities in these countries.

We also deliver an extensive programme of training and capacity building.

Our primary stakeholders are UK and global scientific institutions, governments, research councils, industry, international conservation and development agencies, and the public. 

Image: THE GLOBAL REACH OF KEW’S SCIENTIFIC WORK - Kew’s scientific work spans 110 countries (shaded green) and involves over 400 collaborating institutions worldwide (red dots) © RBG Kew