We understand that different clients have different needs for secrecy/publicity.
As a scientist, having people talk about your work is great, although you don't want people to scoop you.
If you are creating a for-profit product, you probably would like to keep things very quiet.
Although you can, of course, specify how you would like us to treat your data Espeem operates with 4 default policies for secrecy/publicity, defined below.
For Large Companies with RD Department
If your company has a separate research department, then we will not say anything about the project to anyone outside Espeem - except that such a project exists.
for National Labs and small firms
If you work for a national lab or a small nanotechnology firm, we not disclose anything but the fact that we are working for you and a headline for the project, subject to your approval.
For scientists before publication
If you are a scientist preparing a manuscript for peer-review we will mention the project on our website, but disclose no identifiers of the specific processes and physical system under investigation. We may illustrate the project with similar simulations but never with your data.
For scientists after publication
Once an article including our work has appeared in a peer-reviewed journal we will assume that you will wish us to discuss the work in our publicity, for instance, our newsletter and at conferences. We will not mention unfinished, or draft, work.