Ethics, Integrity and Research Applications
We’re focused on maintaining a strong research culture that is built upon respect, honesty and compliance. Our aim is to promote and support responsible research practices by providing the necessary resources and guidance to ensure integrity is built into the practice of our researchers and embedded in the quality of our research.
At Macquarie, we aim to promote and support responsible research practices by providing resources and guidance to our researchers.
The University expects that all research with human participants adheres to the standards set out in the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007).
The University expects that all research involving animals complies with the Australian Code of Practice for the Care and Use of Animals for Scientific Purposes, 8th edition (2013).
Biosafety, biosecurity and gene technology
The requirements and processes associated with working with biohazardous materials at Macquarie University.
Staff and students of Macquarie University that handle chemicals are required to complete an induction on hazardous chemical safety.
Macquarie University is committed to the safe use of laser products both on and off campus.
The University has documented procedures for ensuring the risk of radiation accidents are controlled.
Controlled goods and technology
The University expects that all research involving controlled goods and technologies is compliant with the Defence Trade Controls Act 2012.
Autonomous Sanction Act
The University expects that all research involving international persons and organisations to comply with the Autonomous Sanctions Act 2011 where applicable.