Technology Transfer Agreement Ppt

2 Overview: What is a hardware transfer contract? Material Transfer Agreement Received Material Transfer Agreement Understanding Problems, Concerns and Potential Problems Components Required Before UW-Madison-Routing Routing, Verification and Authorization Procedure Questions/Proposals 9 MTA output when discarded material assigned to IP is identified as an intellectual property that is part of a patent pending or issued under WARF management or has been classified as “biological material,” Follow the WARF guidelines for the required hardware transfer agreement: 24 other necessary components (PI/Dept)Determine the source of funding that supports the research with the requested materials (144-xxxx; 133-xxxx) Entry Instructions (Prepaid Express Shipping Label, Usual mail, fax transmission) Check to see if the IP signature is required on the agreement`s signature page; IP often signs as a recipient researcher or receiver for incoming MTAs and as a Scientist supplier for outgoing MTAs 23 components needed before routing or department tasks: Get two original copies of an MTA Procure of an electronic file copy of the MTA document, for use in RSP audit reviews and appointment negotiations (not required for UBMTA-related agreements) FAX and telephone numbers, postal address) for the other institute/industry technology transfer office and for the party with which you worked (scientist, administrator) 10 MTA releases, Foreprofit entitiesAn all other restrictions on distribution and absence of rights , CALS Research Division will work directly with a researcher to establish an agreement to share the material with an operator/industrial. These are grounded under UBMTA conditions. CALS requires the presence of an outgoing MTA before a researcher sends materials to a recipient party off campus. 14 How are MTAs beneficial? Promoting academic cooperation – extending scientific discovery Avoid conflicts related to the use of Protect IP materials developed, during the use of materials Protect Publication Rights Avoid the limitation of future research Allows access to industrial technology in order to promote research Encouraging university-industry collaboration that could lead to sponsored research 25 PI Name – Signature for Entire LabAgreements may request the signature of the scientific recipient or investigators recipients to confirm understanding and acceptance of the terms of agreement.