Do research or make research?
Which verb is correct?
In both British and American English you can do, conduct, carry out or undertake research. You cannot "make" research.
Study the following example sentences:
She is still doing research for her thesis.
They are more likely to do research on narrow topics.
He tried to do research on the language of bees.
John was interested in the paranormal and also did research on hypnosis.
Remember that "research" is an uncountable noun and although you can never say
"do a research", the plural form "researches" is sometimes used.