March 12, 2013, by Graham Kendall

Singapore Statement on Research Integrity

We have recently blogged on Research Integrity. As you find more about this area it is not long before you come across the Singapore Statement. Many universities have used this as the basis for their own policies.

It is an interesting document to look at. Not least of all, it gives a good overview of the type of things that you should consider as you carry out your research activities.


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