SNSF has outlined the Regulations of the National Research Council on the treatment of scientific misconduct by applicants and grantees
All European Academies has an extensive Research Integrity page.
ERC has several resources related to ethical research. This is a comprehensive top page with links to appropriate resources.
Sweden: CODEX site
This website's aim is to give researchers and other interested parties access to and information on the guidelines, ethics codes and laws that regulate and place ethical demands on the research process. The website's various 'entrances' are intended to make it as easy as possible to find the resources one is seeking. Short introductions to issues in research ethics systematize the material and help those looking for a quick overview.
Singapore has an integrity statement page.
UCSD has a teaching resource on research ethics.
Columbia University has a similar course. Here is the general outline:
COURSE 1: Conflicts of Interest
COURSE 2: Mentoring
COURSE 3: Responsible Authorship and Peer Review
COURSE 4: Research Misconduct
COURSE 5: Collaborative Science
COURSE 6: Data Acquisition and Management
SUNY Stonybrook and U Western Michigan's course
Stanford Medicine's course.
Policies and Guidelines from http://www.iprcc.nih.gov/research/clinical_research/policies/index.htm
US Department of Health and Human Services' Office of Research Integrity has an extensive curriculum.
An academic's site on Novel Technologies Ethics: Currently, the Novel Tech Ethics research team has a particular focus on neural, genetic, and reproductive technologies.