Conflicts of Interest and Commitment (COIC)
CU Boulder encourages encourages innovation, scholarship and research that lead to commercial and consulting activities and global engagement. Such activities, however, have the potential to lead to conflicts of interest and commitment.
CU Boulder International Travelers
Planning an international trip for research purposes?
Export Controls Regulations
Working with foreign national collaborators, institutions or students may fall under the purview of various federal export control laws. In general, these regulations involve military technology (including nearly all space-based research), “dual-use” technologies (including a wide range of equipment from distillers to lasers), as well as nearly any kind of financial transaction with certain embargoed countries or individuals.
International Outreach Resources
Research Implications of U.S.-China Relations
Learn more about the current state of U.S.-China relations—as well as potential implications for university-led research and innovation—from Robert Daly, Director of the Wilson Center's Kissinger Institute.