September 17, 2019

White House Officials Will Visit Campuses to Discuss Foreign Threats to Research

From The Chronicle of Higher Education: White House Officials announce plans to engage with academia in effort to confront threats of IP theft and national security risks arising in the academic research environment.
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September 13, 2019 / Foreign Influence, Government Activity

U.S. Academics, Make Sure You Know the Rules About Foreign Funding and Affiliations

From Science: In light of recent and increased focus on foreign influences in U.S. academia, researchers need to understand the disclosure rules and requirements that apply in the U.S. academic research environment.
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September 13, 2019 / China, Government Activity, Sanctions

U.S. Charges Chinese Professor in Latest Shot at Huawei

From Reuters: U.S. prosecutors have charged a Chinese professor with fraud for allegedly taking technology from a California company to benefit Huawei, in another shot at the embattled Chinese telecommunications equipment maker.
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August 23, 2019 / China, Foreign Influence

‘Academic Espionage’: China Suspected of Flooding U.S. with Students to Access Sensitive Programs

From the Washington Times: Academic leaders, lawmakers, and military and intelligence officials discuss the impact of foreign influences on academic research in emerging technologies with national security implications.
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