You can browse the 1,200+ papers we have published since 1990 here. The papers are organised by year and then alphabetically by first author:
To see research currently in progress, take a look at the project proposals database, which you can search by keyword, month, year or project number.
If you have previously had a research project approved by our executive committee and are now publishing a paper (or monograph or book chapter) based on your research, you will need to download and complete our ALSPAC publishing papers checklist (latest version) (PDF, 383kB) and submit it and the draft manuscript for approval to our executive committee - email@example.com - before submitting it for publication.
Using this huge and unusual data set, scientists have published papers on everything from how breast-feeding affects children’s IQ, to factors that increase the risk of peanut allergies