Cranfield University is a  research intensive, postgraduate university with a mission to create leaders in technology and management, unlocking the potential of people and organisations by partnering with business and government to deliver transformational research, postgraduate education and professional development. In achieving this mission it is essential that we undertake all research with integrity. To demonstrate its commitment, Cranfield University is a signatory to the Concordat to Support Research Integrity, and upholds its principles including the provision of public information on research integrity.

Key policies:

All staff and students at Cranfield University are expected to act in accordance with the principles set out in the Ethics Code. This includes the requirement for all research to have appropriate Ethical approval.

Our research must be carried out in accordance with the University's Implementing and Monitoring Research Integrity Policy

Annual Statement on Research Integrity

Each year, the University's Council receives an Annual Statement on Research Integrity

Contacts:

The senior member of staff responsible for overseeing research integrity at Cranfield University and the first point of contact for anyone wanting more information on matters of research integrity is:

Professor Tom Stephenson
Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Research and Innovation
Cranfield University
Cranfield
MK43 0AL

Email: t.stephenson@cranfield.ac.uk

Reporting misconduct or breaches 

Allegations of scientific misconduct or breaches of research integrity may be made by an person either in writing, orally or by email. To report an allegation of misconduct please contact:

Professor Tom Stephenson
Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Research and Innovation
Cranfield University
Cranfield
MK43 0AL

Email: t.stephenson@cranfield.ac.uk