Polisïau Allweddol i Arweinwyr Ymchwil Newydd

  • IT Resources Acceptable Use Regulations
    These Acceptable Use Regulations (AUR) are a statement of Users’ responsibilities with respect to IT Resources.
  • Data Protection Guidance
    Bangor University takes its responsibilities with regard to the management of the requirements of the Data Protection Act 1998 very seriously. This document provides the policy framework through which this effective management can be achieved and audited.
  • Records Management Policy
    The University recognises that the efficient management of its records is necessary, to support its core functions, to comply with its legal and regulatory obligations and to contribute to the effective overall management of the institution. This document provides the policy framework through which this effective management can be achieved and audited.
  • Ethical Policy Framework
    Bangor University is developing an overarching ethical policy framework (EPF) that will cover all the main aspects of ethics. This document sets out a general framework (The Framework) for managing research ethics and the research ethics review process. It applies to all members of staff and students involved in research at the Bangor University including its staff and students conducting research outside the University as well as any persons not employed by the University but with permission to carry out research at the University (all referred to as Researchers).
  • Research ethics
    This document sets out the policy for managing research ethics and the research ethics review process within Bangor University. The Policy applies to all members of staff and students involved in research at Bangor University including its staff and students conducting research outside the University as well as any persons not employed by the University but with permission to carry out research at the University (all referred to as Researchers).
  • Ethical Review Process
    It has been a requirement set out as a standard condition since 1999 that each establishment designated under Section 6 or 7 of the Animals (Scientific Procedures) Act 1986 has an Ethical Review Process. These requirements were updated by a Supplementary Note issued by the Chief Inspector in December 2000.
  • Research Ethics Policy
    This document sets out the policy for managing research ethics and the research ethics review process within Bangor University.
  • Exploitation of intellectual property - A copy of this can be obtained from the Registrars Office
  • Human Tissue Act Licence: Guidance
    Since the establishment of the Human Tissue Authority (HTA) there have been strict legally binding parameters to follow when storing and using human tissue. The Human Tissue Act (HT Act),  2004 provides a framework for regulating the storage and use of human organs and tissue from the living, and the removal, storage and use of tissue and organs from the deceased, for specific health related purposes and public display.
  • Code of Practice for the Assurance of Academic Quality and Standards of Research Programmes
    The University’s aim is to provide an environment which promotes excellent research and scholarship. This allows students to learn, practice and implement high quality research.
  • Code of Practice for the Assurance of Academic Integrity and Quality Assurance in Research
    Incuding, General Principles,Good Academic Practice In Research, Responsibilities For Implementation Of Good Practice and Definition Of Research Misconduct.
  • Plagiarism policy
    This Code defines the University’s policies and procedures relating to plagiarism.