The federal government funds a lot of research and development each year, but not all of it – not even most of it. Yet protection of R&D intellectual property from foreign adversaries – that’s a concern for both government and industry. And that raises the question of how far the government should go in trying to secure private R&D. For one answer, Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the senior fellow at the Georgetown University’s Center for Security and Emerging Technology, Melissa Flagg.
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Protecting US research from foreign adversaries
CSET Senior Fellow Melissa Flagg discusses the importance R&D protection from foreign adversaries on the Federal Drive with Tom Temin podcast.Listen to the program