Research License Agreement

III. The rights conferred are extended only to licensed users who have a pre-defined and limited list of items they wish to display for non-commercial internal search purposes containing texts and/or data mines. These agreements serve as a starting point for negotiations with research sponsors, potential licensees and others, as the agreements suggest by their nature. Faculty members are cordially encouraged to use these documents as starting points; However, all contracts must be processed through the appropriate office of each UT institution. (i) current staff/licensee members working for the licensee or conducting research authorized to access the secure network; (ii) current contractors or visiting lecturers who conduct work or research for the licensee authorized to access the secure network; (iii) where applicable, the 30,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000 (iv) if any, Individuals who are currently officially registered as a student of a program of study at the licensee`s institution and who have the right to access the secure network; (v) accessible users who may use the licensee`s library or information services and who have the right to access the secure network, but only while they are in the licensee`s physical premises; and (vi) other users who may be authorized in writing by and at the publisher`s sole discretion. 5. Translational Medicine of Science: Peer Research, Perspectives, Evaluations, and Commentary, with a focus on basic, translational and clinical research and its application; Commercial use: Use for monetary reward by sale, resale, loan, transfer, rental or other form of valuation of licensed materials. In order to avoid any doubt, neither the recovery of direct costs by the licensee by authorized users, nor the use of materials granted by the licensee or authorized users of materials granted in research funded by a commercial organization are considered commercial use. This agreement between the American Association for the Advancement of Science (“Publisher”) and the subscriber institution (“Licensed”) establishes the terms of use and other rules applicable to an institutional subscription to online access via the Internet to all online science journals and resources. Harvard offers certain materials (usually organic research materials) for commercial use on a non-exclusive basis. Some materials, such as Z.B. Souris, are generally offered on a flat-rate basis or with fixed annual payments; others, such as hybrid cell lines, also include licensed payments. Typical agreements for both types of hardware licenses are listed below.

This type of agreement allows Harvard researchers who are creating a new licensed business without difficulty to copyrighted non-patentable software that they have developed as part of the faculty`s research efforts. In cases where there are patentable topics such as unique algorithms, please read the “Exclusive Basic License” agreement model published above. 7. Science Robotics: Original, Collegiate Review, science-based research articles that advance the field of robotics and editor-commissioned reviews.

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