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Survey of Sponsored Research Agreements Between the Private Sector & Higher Education, 2017 Edition

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  • 150 pages
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This 150-page study presents data from 20 higher education institutions, predominantly major research universities, about their sponsored research agreements with private sector entities.  The study imparts to its readers key data about trends in the number of agreements, their dollar volume, and the technologies most involved in such arrangements.

The report gives data on trends in use of staff time for university departments entrusted with reaching and overseeing sponsored research agreements, including time spent pursuing agreements with overseas partners, time spent on marketing, and much more.

The study helps its readers to answer questions such as: what percentage of sponsored research volume is accounted for by overseas partners? By partners who have had a research relationship with the university previously? By clinical trials? By agreements in materials science, or information technology, or medicine/healthcare? How effective are universities in estimating their costs in sponsored research agreements?

Other issues covered include the use of liability insurance, billing questions, and what happens to projects when principal investigators leave the project for any reason?

Data is broken out by many useful criteria including type of university, level of annual patent and licensing revenue, public or private status, enrollment and other factors.

Just a few of the report’s many findings are that:

  • The average major research university in the sample garnered contracts of $27.98 million from sponsored research agreements in 2016.
  • 15% of survey participants said that they often underestimate the costs of sponsored research agreements.
  • Disputes with research partners were most common at public universities with relatively low annual licensing and patent revenues.
  • Major research universities used semi-annual or annual billing for 38.70% of projects.
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THE QUESTIONNAIRE   

PARTICIPANTS LIST   
Characteristics of the Sample   

SUMMARY OF MAIN FINDINGS   
Sponsored Research Agreements with Private Sector Organizations Concluded in 2014   
Sponsored Research Agreements with Private Sector Organizations Concluded in 2015   
Sponsored Research Agreements with Private Sector Organizations Expected to be Concluded in 2016   
Total Funding Received from Sponsored Research Agreements with Private Sector Organizations in 2014   
Total Funding Received from Sponsored Research Agreements with Private Sector Organizations in 2015   
Total Expected Funding from Sponsored Research Agreements with Private Sector Organizations in 2016   
Prior Arrangements with Current Private Sector Entities with Sponsored Research Agreements   
Sponsored Private Sector Research Agreements Involving a Subcontract to another University   
Time and Resources Spent on the Pursuit of Sponsored Research Agreements in the Past   
Anticipated Future Time and Resource Expenditures on the Pursuit of Sponsored Research Agreements   
Institutional Skill at Estimating Costs of Sponsored Research Agreements   
Disputes with Partners over Cost Reimbursement Requiring Serious Negotiation to Resolve   
Share of Projects Billed Monthly   
Share of Projects Billed Quarterly   
Share of Projects Billed Semi-Annually or Annually   
Incidence of Delayed Projects Due to Non-Payment   
Incidence of Cancelled Projects Due to Non-Payment   
View of Liability Insurance Provided by Private Sector Partners in Sponsored Research Agreements   
Supplementing Coverage of Private Industry Sponsored Research Projects with More than General Liability Insurance   
Existence of an Advisory Board or Council Drawn from Industry to Advise the Office of Sponsored Research   
Importance of Advisory Board for Making Contracts with Industry   
Usefulness of Advisory Board for Drafting Contracts   
Usefulness of Advisory Board for Managing Ongoing Projects   
Importance of Advisory Board for Providing Key Information Useful in Negotiations   
Staff Time Spent Reaching Out to Companies Located in Other Countries in Pursuit of Private Sector Research Partnerships   
Staff Time Spent at Conferences or Seminars to Promote Sponsored Research Agreements with Industry   
Staff Time Spent Reaching Out to Companies or Divisions Related to Companies or Divisions with which the Institution has a Current or Prior Sponsored Research Agreement   
Methods for Promoting Openness to Sponsored Research Agreements   
Sponsored Research Agreements Involving a Client or Partner from Another Country   
Sponsored Research Agreements Requiring Export Control Documentation   
Discussions with Government Agencies Aimed at Restricting the Flow of Technology to Current or Potential Adversaries   
Fields with the Best Prospects for Sponsored Research Agreements   
Share of Sponsored Research Agreements in the Medicine/ Healthcare Field   
Share of Sponsored Research Agreements in the Information Technology/Computing Field   
Share of Sponsored Research Agreements in the Chemicals/ Materials FIeld   
Share of Sponsored Research Agreements in the Engineering Field   
Share of Sponsored Research Project Revenue Accounted for by Clinical Trials   
Sponsored Research Agreements Involving Sponsor Personnel Working in the University’s Facilities or University Personnel Working in the Sponsor’s Facilities   
Loss of Principal Investigators due to Retirement, Death, Illness, or Transfer to Another University or Occupation   
Handling the Loss of a Principal Investigator   

List of Tables
Table 1 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in each of the following years:   
Table 1.1.1 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2014?   
Table 1.1.2 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2014? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 1.1.3 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2014? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 1.1.4 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2014? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 1.1.5 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2014? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 1.1.6 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2014? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 1.2.1 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2015?   
Table 1.2.2 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2015? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 1.2.3 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2015? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 1.2.4 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2015? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 1.2.5 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2015? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 1.2.6 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2015? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 1.3.1 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2016? (projected for the entire year)?   
Table 1.3.2 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2016? (projected for the entire year)? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 1.3.3 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2016? (projected for the entire year)? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 1.3.4 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2016? (projected for the entire year)? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 1.3.5 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2016? (projected for the entire year)? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 1.3.6 How many sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations has the college concluded in 2016? (projected for the entire year)? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 2 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in each of the following years: ($)   
Table 2.1.1 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2014? ($)   
Table 2.1.2 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2014? Broken out by Enrollment ($)   
Table 2.1.3 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2014? Broken out by technology specialization ($)   
Table 2.1.4 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2014? Broken out by type of higher education institution ($)   
Table 2.1.5 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2014? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues ($)   
Table 2.1.6 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2014? Broken out for public and private colleges ($)   
Table 2.2.1 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2015? ($)   
Table 2.2.2 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2015? Broken out by Enrollment ($)   
Table 2.2.3 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2015? Broken out by technology specialization ($)   
Table 2.2.4 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2015? Broken out by type of higher education institution ($)   
Table 2.2.5 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2015? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues ($)   
Table 2.2.6 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2015? Broken out for public and private colleges ($)   
Table 2.3.1 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2016? (projected for the entire year)? ($)   
Table 2.3.2 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2016? (projected for the entire year)? Broken out by Enrollment ($)   
Table 2.3.3 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2016? (projected for the entire year)? Broken out by technology specialization ($)   
Table 2.3.4 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2016? (projected for the entire year)? Broken out by type of higher education institution ($)   
Table 2.3.5 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2016? (projected for the entire year)? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues ($)   
Table 2.3.6 What is the total volume of funding that your institution received from sponsored research agreements with private sector organizations in 2016? (projected for the entire year)? Broken out for public and private colleges ($)   
Table 3.1 Approximately what percentage of the private sector entities that have a current sponsored research agreement with your institution have had such an arrangement with your institution previously?   
Table 3.2 Approximately what percentage of the private sector entities that have a current sponsored research agreement with your institution have had such an arrangement with your institution previously? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 3.3 Approximately what percentage of the private sector entities that have a current sponsored research agreement with your institution have had such an arrangement with your institution previously? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 3.4 Approximately what percentage of the private sector entities that have a current sponsored research agreement with your institution have had such an arrangement with your institution previously? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 3.5 Approximately what percentage of the private sector entities that have a current sponsored research agreement with your institution have had such an arrangement with your institution previously? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 3.6 Approximately what percentage of the private sector entities that have a current sponsored research agreement with your institution have had such an arrangement with your institution previously? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 4.1 Approximately what percentage of your organization's sponsored research agreements with the private sector over the past three years have involved a subcontract to another university?   
Table 4.2 Approximately what percentage of your organization's sponsored research agreements with the private sector over the past three years have involved a subcontract to another university? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 4.3 Approximately what percentage of your organization's sponsored research agreements with the private sector over the past three years have involved a subcontract to another university? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 4.4 Approximately what percentage of your organization's sponsored research agreements with the private sector over the past three years have involved a subcontract to another university? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 4.5 Approximately what percentage of your organization's sponsored research agreements with the private sector over the past three years have involved a subcontract to another university? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 4.6 Approximately what percentage of your organization's sponsored research agreements with the private sector over the past three years have involved a subcontract to another university? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 5.1 Over the past three years the tendency at your institution has been?   
Table 5.2 Over the past three years the tendency at your institution has been? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 5.3 Over the past three years the tendency at your institution has been? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 5.4 Over the past three years the tendency at your institution has been? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 5.5 Over the past three years the tendency at your institution has been? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 5.6 Over the past three years the tendency at your institution has been? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 6.1 Over the next three years the tendency at your institution will likely be?   
Table 6.2 Over the next three years the tendency at your institution will likely be? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 6.3 Over the next three years the tendency at your institution will likely be? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 6.4 Over the next three years the tendency at your institution will likely be? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 6.5 Over the next three years the tendency at your institution will likely be? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 6.6 Over the next three years the tendency at your institution will likely be? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 7.1 How would you describe your university's level of skill in estimating its costs in sponsored research agreements?   
Table 7.2 How would you describe your university's level of skill in estimating its costs in sponsored research agreements? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 7.3 How would you describe your university's level of skill in estimating its costs in sponsored research agreements? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 7.4 How would you describe your university's level of skill in estimating its costs in sponsored research agreements? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 7.5 How would you describe your university's level of skill in estimating its costs in sponsored research agreements? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 7.6 How would you describe your university's level of skill in estimating its costs in sponsored research agreements? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 8.1 For about what percentage of your projects would you say there is a dispute or differing views with a partner over the issue of cost reimbursement that requires serious negotiation to resolve?   
Table 8.2 For about what percentage of your projects would you say there is a dispute or differing views with a partner over the issue of cost reimbursement that requires serious negotiation to resolve? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 8.3 For about what percentage of your projects would you say there is a dispute or differing views with a partner over the issue of cost reimbursement that requires serious negotiation to resolve? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 8.4 For about what percentage of your projects would you say there is a dispute or differing views with a partner over the issue of cost reimbursement that requires serious negotiation to resolve? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 8.5 For about what percentage of your projects would you say there is a dispute or differing views with a partner over the issue of cost reimbursement that requires serious negotiation to resolve? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 8.6 For about what percentage of your projects would you say there is a dispute or differing views with a partner over the issue of cost reimbursement that requires serious negotiation to resolve? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 9 What percentage of your projects are billed   
Table 9.1.1 What percentage of your projects are billed monthly?   
Table 9.1.2 What percentage of your projects are billed monthly? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 9.1.3 What percentage of your projects are billed monthly? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 9.1.4 What percentage of your projects are billed monthly? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 9.1.5 What percentage of your projects are billed monthly? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 9.1.6 What percentage of your projects are billed monthly? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 9.2.1 What percentage of your projects are billed quarterly?   
Table 9.2.2 What percentage of your projects are billed quarterly? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 9.2.3 What percentage of your projects are billed quarterly? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 9.2.4 What percentage of your projects are billed quarterly? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 9.2.5 What percentage of your projects are billed quarterly? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 9.2.6 What percentage of your projects are billed quarterly? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 9.3.1 What percentage of your projects are billed semi-annually or annually?   
Table 9.3.2 What percentage of your projects are billed semi-annually or annually? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 9.3.3 What percentage of your projects are billed semi-annually or annually? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 9.3.4 What percentage of your projects are billed semi-annually or annually? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 9.3.5 What percentage of your projects are billed semi-annually or annually? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 9.3.6 What percentage of your projects are billed semi-annually or annually? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 10 What percentage of your projects are cancelled or delayed for non-payment?   
Table 10.1.1 What percentage of your projects are delayed for non-payment?   
Table 10.1.2 What percentage of your projects are delayed for non-payment? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 10.1.3 What percentage of your projects are delayed for non-payment? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 10.1.4 What percentage of your projects are delayed for non-payment? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 10.1.5 What percentage of your projects are delayed for non-payment? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 10.1.6 What percentage of your projects are delayed for non-payment? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 10.2.1 What percentage of your projects are canceled for non-payment?   
Table 10.2.2 What percentage of your projects are canceled for non-payment? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 10.2.3 What percentage of your projects are canceled for non-payment? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 10.2.4 What percentage of your projects are canceled for non-payment? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 10.2.5 What percentage of your projects are canceled for non-payment? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 10.2.6 What percentage of your projects are canceled for non-payment? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 11.1 Which phrase best describes your opinion of the liability insurance that your private sector partners provide in sponsored research agreements?   
Table 11.2 Which phrase best describes your opinion of the liability insurance that your private sector partners provide in sponsored research agreements? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 11.3 Which phrase best describes your opinion of the liability insurance that your private sector partners provide in sponsored research agreements? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 11.4 Which phrase best describes your opinion of the liability insurance that your private sector partners provide in sponsored research agreements? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 11.5 Which phrase best describes your opinion of the liability insurance that your private sector partners provide in sponsored research agreements? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 11.6 Which phrase best describes your opinion of the liability insurance that your private sector partners provide in sponsored research agreements? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 12.1 Has your university supplemented its coverage of sponsored research projects with private industry with any kind of supplementary insurance beyond the university's general liability insurance?   
Table 12.2 Has your university supplemented its coverage of sponsored research projects with private industry with any kind of supplementary insurance beyond the university's general liability insurance? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 12.3 Has your university supplemented its coverage of sponsored research projects with private industry with any kind of supplementary insurance beyond the university's general liability insurance? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 12.4 Has your university supplemented its coverage of sponsored research projects with private industry with any kind of supplementary insurance beyond the university's general liability insurance? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 12.5 Has your university supplemented its coverage of sponsored research projects with private industry with any kind of supplementary insurance beyond the university's general liability insurance? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 12.6 Has your university supplemented its coverage of sponsored research projects with private industry with any kind of supplementary insurance beyond the university's general liability insurance? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 13.1 Does the office of sponsored research, or other office that manages university-private sector partnerships, have an advisory board or council drawn from industry and established to advise the college?   
Table 13.2 Does the office of sponsored research, or other office that manages university-private sector partnerships, have an advisory board or council drawn from industry and established to advise the college? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 13.3 Does the office of sponsored research, or other office that manages university-private sector partnerships, have an advisory board or council drawn from industry and established to advise the college? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 13.4 Does the office of sponsored research, or other office that manages university-private sector partnerships, have an advisory board or council drawn from industry and established to advise the college? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 13.5 Does the office of sponsored research, or other office that manages university-private sector partnerships, have an advisory board or council drawn from industry and established to advise the college? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 13.6 Does the office of sponsored research, or other office that manages university-private sector partnerships, have an advisory board or council drawn from industry and established to advise the college? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 14 If you have such a board of council please rate its level of importance to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector?   
Table 14.1.1 How the level of importance for Making Contacts with Industry to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector?   
Table 14.1.2 How the level of importance for Making Contacts with Industry to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 14.1.3 How the level of importance for Making Contacts with Industry to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 14.1.4 How the level of importance for Making Contacts with Industry to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 14.1.5 How the level of importance for Making Contacts with Industry to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 14.1.6 How the level of importance for Making Contacts with Industry to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 14.2.1 How the level of Usefulness in Drafting Contracts to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector?   
Table 14.2.2 How the level of Usefulness in Drafting Contracts to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 14.2.3 How the level of Usefulness in Drafting Contracts to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 14.2.4 How the level of Usefulness in Drafting Contracts to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 14.2.5 How the level of Usefulness in Drafting Contracts to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 14.2.6 How the level of Usefulness in Drafting Contracts to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 14.3.1 How the level of Usefulness in Advice for Managing Ongoing Projects to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector?   
Table 14.3.2 How the level of Usefulness in Advice for Managing Ongoing Projects to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 14.3.3 How the level of Usefulness in Advice for Managing Ongoing Projects to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 14.3.4 How the level of Usefulness in Advice for Managing Ongoing Projects to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 14.3.5 How the level of Usefulness in Advice for Managing Ongoing Projects to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 14.3.6 How the level of Usefulness in Advice for Managing Ongoing Projects to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 14.4.1 How the level of Importance for key information useful in negotiations to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector?   
Table 14.4.2 How the level of Importance for key information useful in negotiations to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 14.4.3 How the level of Importance for key information useful in negotiations to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 14.4.4 How the level of Importance for key information useful in negotiations to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 14.4.5 How the level of Importance for key information useful in negotiations to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 14.4.6 How the level of Importance for key information useful in negotiations to your efforts to establish mutually beneficial partnerships with the private sector? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 15 In each of the following areas, what has been the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships?   
Table 15.1.1 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies located in countries other than your own the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships?   
Table 15.1.2 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies located in countries other than your own the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 15.1.3 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies located in countries other than your own the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 15.1.4 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies located in countries other than your own the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 15.1.5 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies located in countries other than your own the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 15.1.6 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies located in countries other than your own the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 15.2.1 What has been Time spent at conferences or seminars looking to promote sponsored research agreements with industry the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships?   
Table 15.2.2 What has been Time spent at conferences or seminars looking to promote sponsored research agreements with industry the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 15.2.3 What has been Time spent at conferences or seminars looking to promote sponsored research agreements with industry the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 15.2.4 What has been Time spent at conferences or seminars looking to promote sponsored research agreements with industry the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 15.2.5 What has been Time spent at conferences or seminars looking to promote sponsored research agreements with industry the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 15.2.6 What has been Time spent at conferences or seminars looking to promote sponsored research agreements with industry the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 15.3.1 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies or divisions of companies related to firms or divisions of firms with which your university has or has had in the past a sponsored research relationship the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships?   
Table 15.3.2 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies or divisions of companies related to firms or divisions of firms with which your university has or has had in the past a sponsored research relationship the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 15.3.3 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies or divisions of companies related to firms or divisions of firms with which your university has or has had in the past a sponsored research relationship the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 15.3.4 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies or divisions of companies related to firms or divisions of firms with which your university has or has had in the past a sponsored research relationship the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 15.3.5 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies or divisions of companies related to firms or divisions of firms with which your university has or has had in the past a sponsored research relationship the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 15.3.6 What has been Time spent reaching out to companies or divisions of companies related to firms or divisions of firms with which your university has or has had in the past a sponsored research relationship the trend in the use of staff time at your organization for pursuing private sector research partnerships? Broken out for public and private colleges   
How does the college go about promoting its openness to sponsored research agreements?   
Table 16.1 What percentage of your institution's sponsored research agreements (partially or exclusively) involve a client or partner from a country other than your own?   
Table 16.2 What percentage of your institution's sponsored research agreements (partially or exclusively) involve a client or partner from a country other than your own? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 16.3 What percentage of your institution's sponsored research agreements (partially or exclusively) involve a client or partner from a country other than your own? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 16.4 What percentage of your institution's sponsored research agreements (partially or exclusively) involve a client or partner from a country other than your own? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 16.5 What percentage of your institution's sponsored research agreements (partially or exclusively) involve a client or partner from a country other than your own? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 16.6 What percentage of your institution's sponsored research agreements (partially or exclusively) involve a client or partner from a country other than your own? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 17.1 Approximately what percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities require the filing of export control documentation?   
Table 17.2 Approximately what percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities require the filing of export control documentation? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 17.3 Approximately what percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities require the filing of export control documentation? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 17.4 Approximately what percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities require the filing of export control documentation? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 17.5 Approximately what percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities require the filing of export control documentation? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 17.6 Approximately what percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities require the filing of export control documentation? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 18.1 Which choice best captures the extent to which your institution has held discussions with agencies of your government that try to restrict the flow of technology to current or potential adversaries?   
Table 18.2 Which choice best captures the extent to which your institution has held discussions with agencies of your government that try to restrict the flow of technology to current or potential adversaries? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 18.3 Which choice best captures the extent to which your institution has held discussions with agencies of your government that try to restrict the flow of technology to current or potential adversaries? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 18.4 Which choice best captures the extent to which your institution has held discussions with agencies of your government that try to restrict the flow of technology to current or potential adversaries? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 18.5 Which choice best captures the extent to which your institution has held discussions with agencies of your government that try to restrict the flow of technology to current or potential adversaries? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 18.6 Which choice best captures the extent to which your institution has held discussions with agencies of your government that try to restrict the flow of technology to current or potential adversaries? Broken out for public and private colleges   
The best prospects for sponsored research agreements are in which fields?   
Table 19 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in the following fields over the past five years?   
Table 19.1.1 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Medicine/Healthcare over the past five years?   
Table 19.1.2 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Medicine/Healthcare over the past five years? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 19.1.3 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Medicine/Healthcare over the past five years? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 19.1.4 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Medicine/Healthcare over the past five years? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 19.1.5 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Medicine/Healthcare over the past five years? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 19.1.6 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Medicine/Healthcare over the past five years? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 19.2.1 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Information Technology/Computing over the past five years?   
Table 19.2.2 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Information Technology/Computing over the past five years? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 19.2.3 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Information Technology/Computing over the past five years? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 19.2.4 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Information Technology/Computing over the past five years? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 19.2.5 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Information Technology/Computing over the past five years? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 19.2.6 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Information Technology/Computing over the past five years? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 19.3.1 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Information Chemicals/Materials over the past five years?   
Table 19.3.2 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Chemicals/Materials over the past five years? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 19.3.3 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Chemicals/Materials over the past five years? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 19.3.4 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Chemicals/Materials over the past five years? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 19.3.5 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Chemicals/Materials over the past five years? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 19.3.6 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Chemicals/Materials over the past five years? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 19.4.1 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Engineering over the past five years?   
Table 19.4.2 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Engineering over the past five years? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 19.4.3 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Engineering over the past five years? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 19.4.4 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Engineering over the past five years? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 19.4.5 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Engineering over the past five years? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 19.4.6 What percentage of your sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have been in Engineering over the past five years? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 20.1 What percentage of the dollar volume of sponsored research projects with private sector entities at your university are accounted for by clinical trials?   
Table 20.2 What percentage of the dollar volume of sponsored research projects with private sector entities at your university are accounted for by clinical trials? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 20.3 What percentage of the dollar volume of sponsored research projects with private sector entities at your university are accounted for by clinical trials? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 20.4 What percentage of the dollar volume of sponsored research projects with private sector entities at your university are accounted for by clinical trials? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 20.5 What percentage of the dollar volume of sponsored research projects with private sector entities at your university are accounted for by clinical trials? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 20.6 What percentage of the dollar volume of sponsored research projects with private sector entities at your university are accounted for by clinical trials? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 21.1 Over the past three years approximately what percentage of your university's sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have involved personnel from the sponsor working in the university's facilities or university personnel working in the sponsors' facilities?   
Table 21.2 Over the past three years approximately what percentage of your university's sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have involved personnel from the sponsor working in the university's facilities or university personnel working in the sponsors' facilities? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 21.3 Over the past three years approximately what percentage of your university's sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have involved personnel from the sponsor working in the university's facilities or university personnel working in the sponsors' facilities? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 21.4 Over the past three years approximately what percentage of your university's sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have involved personnel from the sponsor working in the university's facilities or university personnel working in the sponsors' facilities? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 21.5 Over the past three years approximately what percentage of your university's sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have involved personnel from the sponsor working in the university's facilities or university personnel working in the sponsors' facilities? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 21.6 Over the past three years approximately what percentage of your university's sponsored research agreements with private sector entities have involved personnel from the sponsor working in the university's facilities or university personnel working in the sponsors' facilities? Broken out for public and private colleges   
Table 22.1 Over the past three years has the university lost a principal investigator in the course of a project due to retirement, death or illness, transfer to another university or occupation or for any other reason?   
Table 22.2 Over the past three years has the university lost a principal investigator in the course of a project due to retirement, death or illness, transfer to another university or occupation or for any other reason? Broken out by Enrollment   
Table 22.3 Over the past three years has the university lost a principal investigator in the course of a project due to retirement, death or illness, transfer to another university or occupation or for any other reason? Broken out by technology specialization   
Table 22.4 Over the past three years has the university lost a principal investigator in the course of a project due to retirement, death or illness, transfer to another university or occupation or for any other reason? Broken out by type of higher education institution   
Table 22.5 Over the past three years has the university lost a principal investigator in the course of a project due to retirement, death or illness, transfer to another university or occupation or for any other reason? Broken out by organizational annual patent and technology licensing revenues   
Table 22.6 Over the past three years has the university lost a principal investigator in the course of a project due to retirement, death or illness, transfer to another university or occupation or for any other reason? Broken out for public and private colleges. In those instances when a principal investigator was lost how did the university handle the situation? Has it ever lost or cancelled a project in these circumstances?

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