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The Office of Research and Innovation provides support for researchers in a wide range of areas – from developing research ideas into projects, to negotiating research contracts and meeting ethics requirements.

Research development advice

Developing research ideas into fundable projects or a publication can be a daunting task and usually raises a lot of questions.

ORI’s Research Development Advisers will assist you in making your way through the maze of questions for a submission.

Research ethics

All research projects need to meet research ethics requirements.

The Research Ethics Team assists staff and students to ensure that their research complies with guidelines and legislation, protects research participants and animals and encourages research that is, or will be, of benefit to the community.


eResearch describes a set of activities that uses the power of advanced information and communication technologies for research. There are four key areas at ECU:

  • research collaboration;
  • data management and sharing;
  • high performance computing; and
  • visualisation.

Professional development

The Office of Research and Innovation offers new and experienced researchers a range of professional development opportunities, including:

  • researcher orientation seminars;
  • interactive and collaborative workshops across faculties;
  • the research masterclass series; and
  • inspirational leaders seminars.

Contract management

All research contracts are negotiated through ORI to ensure researchers meet all requirements for the signing of these agreements. ORI can assist with:

  • Research contracts;
  • Grant Agreements;
  • Letters of Agreement;
  • ECU Industry Collaboration contracts;
  • Intellectual Property Assignment Deeds;
  • Confidentiality Deeds of Agreement; and
  • Material Transfer Agreements.
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