About Research Integrity
How do we define "Research Integrity"?
As a research-led institution, the University of Glasgow is committed to providing an environment that ensures our research is conducted to the highest quality standards. Central to this commitment is the development of an environment that recognises and supports research excellence.
When embarking on a new research collaboration or taking on new staff or students (who may be lacking in experience in these areas) it is important to ensure that everyone has the same expectations for good research practice. The University's Code of Good Practice in Research is intended for all staff, including persons with honorary positions, and students carrying out research at, or on behalf of, the University.
To understand how this work fits within the bigger picture of Research Culture and to find out about other projects in this area, you may also wish to visit our Research Culture Pages.