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NUS research policies and guidelines
If you are new to research, here are some policies and procedures from the Office of the Deputy President (Research & Technology) or ODPRT that would be useful.
Please note that all the following information are applicable to NUS staff and researchers only.
For more NUS policies pertaining to data, please see Research Data Management: NUS & Funders' Research Data Policies Libguide.
Reporting guidelines by study types
The quality of reporting in a research paper - its completeness, clarity, and accuracy - is crucial for its use in further research or clinical practice.
You may consult Equator Network resource and Research Reporting Guidelines and Initiatives by U.S. National Library of Medicine for more information.
A curated, informative and educational resource on data and metadata standards, inter-related to databases and data policies. Suitable for all types of research.
Checklist for photovoltaic research
Reporting guidelines for solar-cell research.
A good central resource containing reporting guidelines, author guidelines, editor guidelines and developer guidelines for health research studies.
Reporting guidelines for diagnostic accuracy studies.
Reporting guidelines for pre-clinical animal studies.
Reporting guidelines for microarray experiments.
Reporting guidelines for high-throughput nucleotide sequencing experiments in order to enable the unambiguous interpretation and facilitate reproduction of the results.
Reporting guidelines for genetic association studies.
Reporting Items for Patent Landscapes statement
Reporting guidelines for patent landscapes analyses.
Reporting guidelines for in-depth interviews and focus groups.