- The American Association of University Professors has prepared 300 pages and 56 principles describing how colleges and faculty should act to preserve the integrity of academic research.
- Industry interactions and financial conflicts of interest are addressed by the recommendations.
- The Association of American Universities and the Association of University Technology Managers criticized the report, specifically disagreeing over intellectual property rights management recommendations.
From the article:
The American Association of University Professors has proposed sweeping new guidelines for relationships between academe and industry, but it expects-and is already encountering-opposition from key players in university research who could hinder efforts to put its new recommendations into practice. ...