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UKRIO responds to House of Commons research integrity inquiry

UKRIO has responded to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee inquiry into research integrity. Our submission notes that: The UK’s approach to supporting and enhancing research integrity has received positive feedback but there is no room for complacency. Data on research integrity remains piecemeal and additional research is needed to more accurately assess research […]


Delegate registration is open for UKRIO’s annual conference, 10 May 2017

2017 annual conference: Wednesday 10 May Held in central London, the conference will focus on how to support a culture of high quality and ethical research; how to address poor practice; and how the research community should respond to developments in research integrity. The conference will also provide a forum for subscribers to discuss the […]


Science and Technology Committee launches research integrity inquiry

The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee has announced an inquiry into research integrity, following the recent report on this issue by the Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology. The inquiry is seeking written submissions to inform its work, including on (but not limited to) the following issues: “The extent of the research integrity problem; Causes […]


UKRIO 2016 conference: update on speakers

Places are still available at UKRIO’s 2016 annual conference, taking place at The Kensington Close Hotel, Wright’s Lane, London W8 5SP on Thursday 5th May 2016. This one-day conference will address how to support a culture of high quality and ethical research. We will discuss how to respond to common issues and pitfalls and provide an update for […]


The Culture of Scientific Research: where next?

In November 2015, UKRIO and the Nuffield Council on Bioethics are hosting a second follow-up workshop to discuss the findings from the Council’s report on The Culture of Scientific Research.   Reading the Nuffield Council on Bioethics’ report on The Culture of Scientific Research in the UK was a mixed experience. That isn’t a criticism […]


Mechanisms for ensuring good research practice need to be sustained and strengthened

The UK Research Integrity Office welcomes the publication today of a report on The Culture of Scientific Research in the UK by the Nuffield Council on Bioethics. James Parry, Chief Executive of UKRIO, will be chairing the launch of the project’s findings on Thursday 4th December at the Palace of Westminster. UKRIO welcomes the evidence […]

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