University supports a Trusted Research approach to international research
collaboration which protects shared fundamental values of respect for human
dignity, human rights, freedom, democracy, equality and the protection of
academic freedom which is enshrined in law.
Research is particularly relevant to researchers in STEM subjects, dual-use
technologies, emerging technologies and commercially sensitive research areas.
that supports the benefits of international scientific collaboration while protecting
intellectual property, sensitive research and personal information has been
produced by the National Cyber Security Centre and the Centre for the
Protection of National Infrastracture.
on steps that you can take to protect your research, ensure that you are
meeting all your legal obligations and support you in making informed, risk proportionate,
and balanced decisions about research collaborations can be found in the Trusted Research Guidance for Academics and accompanying Checklist.
If you have any questions or concerns relating to international research risks please contact Dr John Martin.