The DSGL is the list that specifies the goods, software or technology that are regulated when exported, supplied, published or brokered.
The DSGL is split into Part 1 and Part 2.
Part 1- Lists military and related items which are designed or adapted for use by armed forces, or goods that are inherently lethal.
Part 2 - Lists dual-use items that have a commercial and research purpose, but could also be used for the development or production of military systems such as nuclear, biological or chemical weapons. Part 2 is divided into 10 further categories and includes several types of technology that may be an important part of the University’s research. This includes:
- Materials Processing;
- Telecommunications and Information Security;
- Sensors and Lasers;
- Navigation and Avionics;
- Materials, Chemicals, Micro-organisms and Toxins;
- Aerospace and Propulsion;
- Nuclear Materials