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Over half our scientific papers have international co-authors, and 72% of active researchers in the UK are internationally mobile
In 2017-18 17% of UK universities’ research income was from international sources (£1.39bn out of £8.2bn)
The UK’s scientific research institutions are ranked second in the world for quality
"Stability, certainty and trust are required if successful international research collaborations are to be fostered"
(Digital Consultancy, Universities UK paper)
Whether you hold sensitive medical data for genetic research or commercially sensitive information, protecting your research is important to you, your institution and your partners.
If your research is obtained by a hostile state actor, whether through legitimate means or not, you and your research could be affected in a number of other ways.
How to protect your research…
Here are some things to consider. You will have other considerations dependent on your context.
- Collaborating with research partners
- Using legal frameworks
- Helping researchers to stay safe