The UK has a thriving research and innovation sector that attracts investment from across the world. Trusted Research aims to secure the integrity of the system of international research collaboration, which is vital to the continued success of the UK’s research and innovation sector.
Whether you hold sensitive medical data or commercially sensitive information, protecting your research is important to you, your institution and your partners.
As part of the current Pride and Joy campaign, we have produced a range of materials for partner organisations that will support them in their Trusted Research journey.
This guide accompanies the Trusted Research booklet and is designed for senior University leaders to have the key issues and questions at their fingertips.
For academics who are involved in international research collaborations this provides guidance on some of the main challenges presented when working or travelling overseas.
In 2021, 60.4% of UK research outputs had an international co-author
The UK is the third-largest research output producer globally after China and the US, respectively
The UK’s most frequent collaborative research partners from 2018 to 2021 were the US, China and Germany
From 2018 to 2021, collaborations between the UK and China grew by 34.7%, compared to just 8.2% and 8.9% with the US and Germany, respectively
84% of research organisations surveyed by ARMA have begun to adapt their processes in response to the additional risks of Trusted Research
Trusted Research Guidance for AcademiaDownload
Trusted Research Guidance for Senior LeadersDownload
Countries and Conferences GuideDownload
Trusted Research Checklist for IndustryDownload
Trusted Research Guidance for IndustryDownload
Implementation Collaboration ChecklistDownload
Trusted Research Evaluation FrameworkDownload
Trusted Research Evaluation Framework - user guideDownload