Based at the Universities of Edinburgh, Manchester, Oxford, and Southampton, the Software Sustainability Institute brings together stakeholders with expertise in software development, management, research, and engagement. Though the areas of expertise vary, the key belief is shared: that "software has made an invaluable contribution to advancing research." In order to move both software and research forward, the Institute creates resources that explore the connection between the two. Readers may enjoy the Institute's various Guides (found under the Resources tab), which are curated with four main audiences in mind: researchers, managers, developers, and teachers. The organization also supports a variety of case studies covering everything from software engineering to software evaluation. Other reading materials are found on the Blog (linked at the top of the page) and in the Publications section (under Resources). Readers in a time crunch will want to browse the Top Tips section (under Resources), where information is boiled down to quick, easy-to-read primers. The Institute receives funding from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council, the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, the Economic and Social Research Council, and several other major councils. Its work is also supported by partnerships with technology and research organizations in the UK and beyond.