In summary

  • Swinburne University of Technology promotes high standards of academic and research integrity
  • Our research integrity procedures align with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research
  • Allegations are treated seriously and investigated by the university

Swinburne University of Technology promotes the responsible conduct of research and good research practices.

We're committed to ensuring that all research is conducted responsibly with honesty, integrity and respect for human research participants, animals and the environment.

Our research integrity procedures align with the Australian Code for the Responsible Conduct of Research and the research integrity policies of our funders, including the Australian Research Council (ARC).

Swinburne takes allegations of potential misconduct seriously and investigates these allegations. All complaints are followed up and handled with sensitivity.

Swinburne does not condone academic or research misconduct. Further information on Swinburne’s codes of conduct can be found online.

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