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Our research culture

鈥婦iscover the principles, values and aims underpinning our research and innovation culture

Always working to the highest standards, we deliver research and innovation with impact, within a dynamic, expansive and collaborative culture.

We pursue bold ideas in creative ways, and using the exceptional resources 鈥 from our technical facilities to our excellent academic staff 鈥 to find answers to the most-pressing global challenges.

We work with purpose, in collaboration with our partners inside the University and outside it, in both business and academia. We're always seeking new funding opportunities, creating and testing new ideas, and exploring alternative applications for our discoveries.

Research governance

Research governance refers to the broad range of principles, standards and regulations of good practice that are in place to make sure that we continuously improve the quality of all aspects of our research. Find out more here.

16th & 17th January 2019
Centre for Enzyme Innovation Bid
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Research Ethics

Read more about our policies and guidance for staff and students conducting research.

Student wearing a breathing monitoring mask
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Research using animals

We're making sure science and animal welfare go hand-in-hand. We are clear and open about when, how and why we use animals in research. Find out more.

Zebrafish in tanks
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Researcher training and development

Discover how we're preparing the next generation of research staff through our researcher development programme.

Biological science research poster
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Researchers Concordat

The聽Concordat to Support the Career Development of Researchers, commonly known as the Researcher Development Concordat, is an agreement between stakeholders to improve the employment and support for researchers.聽

DocFest; 20th June 2019; PhD Candidates
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Women In Research

Find out more about the women making an impact through their research here at the 黑料入口.

Jen Gupta at computer during talk
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Reproducibility

The UKRN is a peer-led consortium that aims to ensure the UK retains its place as a centre for world-leading research.

The UK Reproducibility Network (UKRN) logo
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