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These are the Regulations for the 2022-23 academic year.
See the Regulations that were active in the 2021-22 academic year.
Students and staff whose research or research study, whether conducted within the College or elsewhere, involves work concerned with living (or recently deceased) beings or with data and materials derived from such beings or that might unduly affect the environment and hence change the lives of beings within that environment must receive ethics approval from the relevant departmental and College committees as appropriate.
In addition to the College Intellectual Property guidance set out in the students Terms and Conditions, research students are expected to make their thesis publicly available unless they specifically opt out.
All students must be given relevant training in forms of scholarship, research ethics, and research methods appropriate to their particular discipline.