Once created in fundamental research, technology/technical data and non-encryption software may be transferred freely abroad or to a non-U.S. person anywhere.
To be fundamental research, your project must meet all of these 5 requirements:
You may need a license to transfer abroad or to foreign nationals anywhere results generated outside the United States, unless those results are going to be published, even by placing them online or in a Cornell library.
Requirements of the "Ordinarily Published" Concept:
Cornell cannot accept restrictions on: (1) the publication of research results, except for a 90-day maximum pre-publication review to prevent the inadvertent disclosure of proprietary or patent-protected "background" information provided to the team; OR (2) foreign national participation in the research or their access to Cornell research results.