Though universities may be able to use certain exclusions or exceptions from U.S. export control requirements (e.g., Fundamental Research, Public Domain), the use of such exclusions/exceptions may be unavailable in the following circumstances.
Publication or Research Restrictions: These exclusion or exceptions may be destroyed if the employee or university accepts a clause or restriction, including those that:
Another feature of export controls applies to faculty members who travel overseas. If your international travel includes support from Buffalo State and is not supported by the Research Foundation, please complete the overseas travel form with your travel authorization paperwork.
With few exceptions, the Fundamental Research exclusion is limited to research conducted at U.S. accredited institutions of higher learning. Therefore, research activity involving a foreign location or exchange of technology with foreign located collaborator may invalidate this exemption.
In addition, collaborative research with any U.S. embargoed or sanctioned country may be subject to U.S. export controls or economic sanctions regulations. See current list on U.S. Department of the Treasury website.
Under export controls, the exclusions may also be unavailable for research related to the following:
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