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  • Luxembourg Agency for Research Integrity (LARI)

    Established in 2016, the Luxembourg Agency for Research Integrity (LARI) is the national agency promoting and investigating research integrity in Luxembourg.

  • The National Science Centre (NCN)

    The National Science Centre (NCN) is a government agency, supervised by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, set up in 2011 to support basic research in Poland. Furthermore, the agency is aiming to prevent questionable and unacceptable research practices (at best research misconduct) and to raise awareness by offering lectures and workshops on “good scientific practice” to the research institutions. Additionally, the agency provides advice related to research integrity.

  • World Conferences on Research Integrity Foundation

    Website from the World Conferences on Research Integrity Foundation. Information about all Word Conferences on Research Integrity, all documents and the foundation.

  • European Network of Research Ethics and Research Integrity (ENERI)

    The “European Network of Research Ethics and Research Integrity” (ENERI) establishes an operable platform of actors in the fields of research ethics and research integrity.

  • The Reward Alliance | Research Waste is a place to share and exchange documentation, information, and resources on how to increase the value of both basic and applied research and reduce or avoid wasting research.

  • International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE)

    The ICMJE is a small group of general medical journal editors and representatives of selected related organizations working together to improve the quality of medical science and its reporting.

  • Blog: Retraction watch

    Retraction Watch is a blog that monitors and reports on retractions from scientific journals. Managed by scientist writers, the blog holds researchers and journals accountable by keeping track of their activities.

  • Flemish Commission for Research Integrity, Belgium

    The five Flemish universities, the Academies for Sciences and for Medecine and the two main funding agencies took the joint initiative in 2013 to establish a national commission for research integrity. This Flemish Commission on Research Integrity can give a second advice about complaint files on research integrity, already handled by the research institution.

  • Austrian Agency for Research Integrity (OeAWI)

    The agency is responsible for investigating alleged cases of research misconduct in Austria. Furthermore, the agency is aiming to prevent research misconduct and to raise awareness offering lectures and workshops on the "good scientific practice" to its member institutions.

  • Agency for Science and Higher Education (AZVO), Croatia

    The Croatian Agency for Science and Higher Education (ASHE) was modelled after the best European practices in quality assurance in science and higher education.

  • The Danish Committee on Research Misconduct (DCRM)

    The Danish Committe on Research Misconduct (DCRM) handles Danish cases of research misconduct.

  • Team Scientific Integrity (SciInt), Germany

    The members of Team SciInt conduct workshops and trainings and give presentations on good scientific practice/research integrity. They give advice to research institutions that intend to implement or revise regulations or procedures concerning GSP/RI and counsel individuals on protecting their scientific integrity. They develop curricula and teaching materials for courses, workshops, presentations and trainings.

  • Geschäftsstelle für Ombudsangelegenheiten der Universität Hamburg, Germany

    Beside the administrative support of the five-member ombuds’ committee, the tasks of the Ombudsstelle are to offer presentations and workshops about GWP, to counsel those who are seeking advice or need information and support in a conflict situation.

  • German Research Ombudsman

    The main task of the German Research Ombudsman is to arbitrate between researchers in cases of conflict and to investigate cases of scientific misconduct.

  • Finnish National Board on Research Integrity (TENK)

    Finnish National Board on Research Integrity (TENK) founded in 1991 to address ethical questions relating to research and to the advancement of research ethics in Finland (Decree 1347 of 15 November 1991).

  • French National Institute of Health and Medical Research (Inserm)

    As a research public organisation, the main missions of Inserm to understand improve human health.

  • French Agricultural Research Centre for International Development (CIRAD)

    The office for ethics and research integrity has 3 main objectives : 1) implementation of the national charter for research ethics 2) raising awareness, training on RI, and management of alerts and misconduct. 3) support for ethic appraisal of research activities.

  • Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR), Greece

    The aim of "RCR-Greece" is to foster "Research Integrity" and generally "Responsible Conduct of Research" in Greece.

  • National Technical University of Athens (NTUA)

    The Ethical Aspects in Research and Technology for Human network (EARTHnet) is active through NTUA (

  • Royal Irish Academy (RIA), Ireland

    The Royal Irish Academy is a member of the National Research Integrity Forum. The Forum was established in late 2015 on foot of the publication of a National Policy for Ensuring Integrity in Irish Research. The National Research Integrity Forum does not have a statutory function, but is rather an advisory and harmonising body.

  • Health Research Board (HRB), Ireland

    The Health Research Board (HRB) was founded in 1986 as a statutory body of the Irish Department of Health. In addition to supporting research across the broad spectrum of health research, from applied biomedical research through to applied health services research, the HRB supports five National Information Systems.

  • National Research Council (CNR), Italy

    The National Research Council (CNR) is the largest public research institution in Italy, the only one under the Research Ministry performing multidisciplinary activities

  • Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR)

    The Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) is the main funder of research activities in Luxembourg. The FNR invests public funds and private donations into research projects in various branches of science and the humanities, with an emphasis on selected core strategic areas. Furthermore, the FNR supports and coordinates activities to strengthen the link between science and society and to raise awareness for research. The FNR also advises the Luxembourg government on research policy and strategy.

  • Netherlands Research Integrity Network (NRIN)

    The Netherlands Research Integrity Network (NRIN) aims to facilitate collaboration, exchange and mutual learning among all actors in the field of Research Integrity (RI) and everybody who is interested in the topic.

  • Netherlands Board on Research Integrity (LOWI)

    The Netherlands Board on Research Integrity (LOWI) is an independent advisory body, established in 2003 by the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW), the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO), and the Association of Universities in the Netherlands (VSNU).

  • National Research Ethics Committees (Etikkom), Norway

    The Norwegian National Research Ethics Committees are independent agencies for questions regarding research ethics, and investigation of misconduct, within all subject areas.

  • Foundation for National Scientific Computation (FCT), Portugal

    Fundação para a Ciência e a Tecnologia (FCT) is the national funding agency that supports science, technology and innovation, in all scientific domains, under responsibility of the Ministry for Science, Technology and Higher Education.

  • Central Ethical Review Board (CEPN), Sweden

    The Expert Group on Research Misconduct shall, at the request of a university or other Higher Education Institute issue a statement on cases concerning investigations of suspected misconduct in research, artistic research and development work.

  • Ethics Committee of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

    The Ethics Committee of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) was created by Royal Decree 1730/2007 as a permanent and advisory collegiate body tasked with reflecting, issuing reports and making recommendations on ethical principles concerning research.

  • Commission for the Scientific Integrity of the Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS)

    The Commission discusses: a) general and specific question from the area of the ethics of scientific work, b) submissions, initiatives and complaints of employees or scientific workplaces of the CAS, which are related to the observance of the ethics of scientific work, c) exceptionally also submissions of other parties, if they concern the ethics of the scientific work at the Czech Academy of Sciences.

  • Commission for Ethics in Science (Poland)

    The major tasks of the Commission for Research Integrity is promotion of good manners in science and expressing opinions on submitted cases concerning a breach of ethics in science by members of staff of higher education institutes , scientific units of the Academy and research institutes.

  • Estonian Research Council (ETAg)

    The Estonian Research Council is the main funding organisation of R&D in Estonia. ETAg has taken the lead in introducing and implementing the Research integrity, Open science/open access/open data, and Gender mainstreaming in Estonia.

  • Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences (SAMW)

    In 2006, the Swiss Academies of Arts and Sciences established the commission «Scientific Integrity», which follows national and international developments and takes position on general questions related to scientific integrity.

  • UK Research Integrity Office (UKRIO)

    The UK Research Integrity Office (UKRIO) is an independent charity, offering support to the public, researchers and organisations to further good practice in academic, scientific and medical research.

  • League of European Research Universities (LERU)

    The League of European Research Universities (LERU) has emerged as a prominent advocate for the promotion of basic research at European universities.

  • Global Ethics Observatory (GEObs)

    The observatory is a system of databases with worldwide coverage in bioethics and other areas of applied ethics in science and technology such as environmental ethics, science ethics, and technology ethics.

  • RRI-Tools

    The outcome of RRI Tools is to develop a set of digital resources to advocate, train, disseminate and implement RRI under Horizon 2020.

  • NordForsk

    NordForsk is an organisation under the Nordic Council of Ministers that provides funding for and facilitates Nordic cooperation on research and research infrastructure.

  • EthicsCORE

    EthicsCORE is a website designed to help a scientific community share resources and work together with one another.

  • Higher Educations Institutions & Responsible Research and Innovation (HEIRRI)

    HEIRRI mainly works around the six RRI «key aspects» identified by EC (societal/public engagement, gender equality, open access, science education, ethics and governance in R&I), but above all those six “keys”, HEIRRI wants to stress the potential of RRI as a transformative, critical and radical concept.

  • Pan-European Platform on Ethics, Transparency and Integrity in Education (ETINED)

    The Pan-European Platform on Ethics, Transparency and Integrity in Education (ETINED) will try to address this challenge through a genuinely European dialogue and by drawing upon the materials and norms developed by the Council of Europe over the years.

  • Stakeholders ­Acting Together On the ­ethical impact assessment of ­Research and Innovation (SATORI)

    SATORI is a platform for the consolidation and advancement of ethical assessment in research and innovation.

  • Promoting Integrity as an Integral Dimension of Excellence in Research (PRINTEGER)

    PRINTEGER is a project funded by the European Union in the framework of Horizon 2020. Its mission is to enhance research integrity by promoting a research culture in which integrity is part and parcel of what it means to do excellent research, and not just an external and restrictive control system.

  • European Network of Research Ethics Committees (EUREC)

    EUREC is a network that brings together already existing national Research Ethics Committees (RECs) associations, networks or comparable initiatives on the European level.

  • European Network of Ombudsmen in Higher Education (ENOHE)

    ENOHE is the European network of ombudsmen in higher education (with several associates from the United States, Canada, Mexico, and Australia).

  • ALL European Academies (ALLEA)

    ALLEA was founded in 1994 and is the Federation of 59 Academies of Sciences and Humanities in more than 40 European countries.

  • Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)

    COPE is a forum for editors and publishers of peer reviewed journals to discuss all aspects of publication ethics.

  • Stanford’s Center for Advanced Study in the Behavorial Sciences

    A website where you find information about best practices in Science.

  • Responsibilty Navigator

    Res-AgorA is a three-year, EU FP7 project (2013-2016) which has co-constructed a good-practice framework, the “Responsibility Navigator”.The Res-AgorA´s “Co-construction Method” for RRI is a methodology designed to support and facilitate the practical use of the Responsibility Navigator with stakeholders.

  • Science Europe: Working group on Research Integrity

    The Working Group has three main focuses: Promoting research integrity, Preventing misconduct and Increasing transparency when investigating cases of misconduct. In their work, the group’s experts liaise with other relevant stakeholders in this field in Europe and globally.

  • Website of Researcher Daniele Fanelli

    Webpage of Danielle Fanelli who is of the first natural scientists who specialized in the study of scientific misconduct, bias and related issues, and has produced some of the largest studies assessing the prevalence of bias across disciplines and countries.

  • Office of Research Integrity (ORI)

    The Office of Research Integrity (ORI) facilitates the responsible conduct of research through educational, preventive, and service activities. On the ORI website (RCR Resources) you will information on Collaborative Science, Data Management, Ethics, Mentorship, Plagiarism, Publication/Authorship and Research Misconduct)

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