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All KyotoU faculty, staff, and students engaged in research in the life sciences and related fields must strive to maintain ethical conduct and self-discipline as well as complying with the applicable University rules and regulations.

In research involving human subjects, there are some procedures, such as individual cloning, that are prohibited by laws and regulations, and others that are subject to both internal and external approval processes. It is important that researchers ensure the legality of all their procedures.

Applicable Japanese laws and guidelines (may not be up to date with the latest Japanese versions)


Management Office for Research Regulations
Email: kihan-life* (replace * with @)

Training course (e-Learning)

Available via Kyoto University Cyber Learning Space > Life Science Research:
3. Laws and Regulations on Life Science and Medical Research