As a charity, UKRIO helps all involved in research, whether individuals or organisations. We do not place barriers in the way of anyone with questions or concerns about the conduct of research. Our approach supports the UK’s research community by improving the conduct of research and by bringing concerns to the attention of appropriate organisations, such as employers, when they would otherwise remain unaware of them until they hit the press.
Organisations involved in research can choose to subscribe to UKRIO and receive additional, long-term support and services. We do not provide a ‘one-size-fits-all’ service to our subscribers but tailor our activities to their particular needs. As well as the practical benefits, we feel that subscribing to UKRIO allows institutions to signal their commitment to support integrity and high ethical standards in their research.
Over 100 research organisations of varying types subscribe to UKRIO, including most of the Russell Group of universities, and we feel that reflects the value of the services that we provide. The Royal Society and the British Academy have also chosen to support UKRIO, along with a number of independent research institutes. Most recently, research organisations from outside the UK have also discovered the benefits of a UKRIO subscription.
Becoming a UKRIO subscriber: We welcome enquiries from any type of research organisation: universities, NHS organisations, independent research institutes, private sector research institutions, charities and learned societies. Further information on subscribing to UKRIO can be found here.
UKRIO subscriber institutions
Contacts for our subscribing institutions can be found here or by clicking More Details against a subscriber.