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All research has the potential to result in legally-protectable intellectual property (patents and/or copyrights).
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(University of Oklahoma Faculty Handbook, Norman Campus, Section 3.29).
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A Conflict of Interest refers to a situation in which financial or other personal considerations may compromise an Employee's professional judgment
in carrying out his/her University responsibilities that include but are not limited to teaching, research, service, contract administration, and
purchasing. The University's policy regarding Conflicts of Interest for the Norman campus may be found in Section 5.10 of the
In this policy the term Conflict of Interest
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(3) there appears to be a conflict of interest; i.e., if made public, it could discredit the Employee or the University. The term also
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Most sponsored research at the University of Oklahoma is not subject to U.S. export control regulations.
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