UniSA is committed to open scholarly exchange of academic ideas and encouraging the dissemination of information resulting from research.
Many of our activities involve cutting-edge research but at the same time may involve the development of goods, software, or technology that may be subject to export control laws and regulations. It is critical that everyone in the UniSA community understands these controls and complies with them. The controls apply to the export of tangible (physical) and intangible (electronic) goods, technology and information.
It is important to recognise that the purpose of export controls is not to impede innovation, research or international collaboration. They don't necessarily prohibit export activity but permits are required for export, supply, publication or brokering of controlled technology unless there is an exemption.