When the Texas A&M University System landed a potentially lucrative research contract with Google subsidiary Motorola this summer, top administrators said the agreement could funnel millions of private research dollars to College Station. But neither Motorola nor Texas A&M was forthcoming with the actual agreement signed by the public university, and the office of Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott issued an opinion this month that the contract should remain confidential.
Still, The Eagle has obtained a copy of the contract, and a law professor specializing in intellectual property said there is nothing unusual about the document.
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