Research conducted with integrity ensures that all research data generated by the University is beyond reproach. Research Integrity can be broadly defined as (1) practicing the use of honest and supported methods when performing and reporting research, (2) ensuring accuracy in reporting, (3) maintaining proper records of data generated and (4) adhering to statutory requirements. At NTU, policies and guidelines have been implemented to inform and educate researchers on the University's stand and requirements on Research Integrity. This site on documents these measures so that all personnel involved in research in the University are kept abreast of the latest developments in this area.
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