- External Research Collaboration
- NTU Authorship Guidelines
- Acknowledgements in Research Communications
- Research Integrity Grant Conditions
- Guidance Note on the Use of ‘TurnItIn’ Plagiarism Checker
- Further Guidance on anti-plagiarism checks on Masters and PhD Theses
- Guidance Note on Misrepresentation of credentials
- Guidance Note on Image Manipulation
- Guidelines on Predatory Journals and Conferences
- Joint Statement on Research Integrity Relating to Scholarly Publications (updated 22 Oct 2018)
- Guidance Note on Addresses and Affiliation
- NTU position on the Use of Generative Artificial Intelligence in Research
- Singapore Statement on Research Integrity
- Montréal Statement on Research Integrity in Cross-Boundary Research Collaborations
- Global Research Council Statement of Principles for Research Integrity (May 2013)
- Vancouver Protocol
- APEC Guiding Principles for Research Integrity
- Steneck, N.H. (2007) "Introduction to the Responsible Conduct of Research". Retrieved from https://ori.hhs.gov/sites/default/files/rcrintro.pdf
- Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2014) "For the Sound Development of Science: The Attitude of a Conscientious Scientist". Retrieved from https://www.jsps.go.jp/j-kousei/data/rinri_e.pdf
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- Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE)'s Core Pactices.
- ICMJE Recommendations
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- House of Commons, Science and Technology Committee's Sixth Report of Session 2017-2019, Research Integrity.
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