Dear University of Oxford,
I write to request information regarding the funding the School of Chemistry has received from the following companies: Lockheed Martin, Rolls-Royce, Boeing, EDO MBM Technology LTD, General Dynamics, Airbus, BAE Systems, QinetiQ, GKN, Cobham, Elbit Systems, Leonardo, United Technologies, L3 Technologies, Babcock International, Northrop Grumman, Serco, Leonardo S.p.A., Raytheon, Meggitt, Thales, AirTanker, Ultra Electronics, Chemring, Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE).
In addition, I write to request information regarding the contracts the School of Chemistry holds with the Ministry of Defence, the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, the United States Army, the United States Air Force, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the US Department of Defense and the American Office of Naval Research.
Please include the following information:
For each of the above companies/bodies please list all projects, industrial research and industrial consultancy that the School of Chemistry has received funding for over the past five academic years, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19. Please also include donations from any of the aforementioned companies/bodies.
Please ensure that details show the company or government body that provided the funding, the start and end date of the contract/project, the title of the project/research/donation and the total funding of each contract/project year-by-year for the past five academic years.
Please also show any public research councils involved or participating in the contract/project in question.
Dear Ms Zehra
I write to acknowledge receipt of your request.
Our aim is to send you a substantive response no later than the statutory deadline of 19
Information Compliance Team
Vice Chancellor’s and Registrar’s Office | University of Oxford
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