Regulators are focusing more attention than ever on the diverse group of federal rules that fall under the umbrella of "research compliance," which includes conflict of interest, effort reporting, research misconduct, financial compliance, human subjects, scientific misconduct, tech transfer, and security and biosafety issues such as select agents and export controls.
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