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the Results to the extent that they are directly related to the composition, characteristics, manufacture, development, enhancement or use of the Collaborator's Background the Collaborator's Materials or the Collaborator's Confidential Information OR insert a description of the specific kind of Result which the Collaborator is to own;
Each of the 7 model research collaboration agreements from the Lambert Toolkit have a different approach on who can exploit the intellectual property from a project. In this particular agreement, agreement 4A, each party has the right to exploit certain results created during the project and takes assignment of those results. The Institution has right to use for academic and research purposed, and the Collaborator for research purposes.
Note: This collaboration agreement doesn't deal with joint ownership of intellectual property. For examples of joint ownership clauses, when 2 or more parties are collaborating, search Genie or Google for model consortium agreements Collaborator may negotiate for an assignment of some Institution IP
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