A new Research Culture Committee has been established to bring together researchers, technicians, PGR students, and professional services staff to have open and collaborative discussions about the University’s research culture, to share best practice, and to influence future developments in this area.
Research integrity is an essential part of research and research culture. It gives confidence to others, including the public, that the methods and results of research are reliable, credible and trustworthy, and ensures that researchers benefit from an open, transparent and supportive research environment.
In order to support the community’s understanding of the principles and practices that protect the integrity of research, the University provides an online training course relevant to all those involved in delivering, supervising or supporting research.
The Research Technology Platforms (RTPs) have launched a new brochure detailing the latest capabilities and contact details for researchers at Warwick, in industry and for universities world-wide to access.
R&IS continues to provide a full service, whilst working remotely in line with University guidance. Find out about how we are supporting R&IS service users, as well as key funder updates in the wake of Covid-19.
Knowledge exchange, industry partnerships and innovation are key components of much of the University’s research. To support this growing area, Professor Kerry Kirwan has been appointed as new Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor (Research) for Knowledge Exchange and Partnerships.