Implementation of the Federal Technology Transfer Act: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Science, Research, and Technology of the Committee on Science, Space, and Technology, U.S. House of Representatives, One Hundred First Congress, First Session, June 1, 1989, Volume 4
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Subcommittee on Science, Research, and Technology
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1989 - 565 pages
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activities addition agencies agreements Agricultural Air Force APPENDIX applications areas Army assistance authority awards base BENEFITS Center Collaborator commercial companies conducted Consortium continue cooperative research cost CRADA CRDA Defense delegated Department direct Director distributed domestic domestic technology effective efforts employees Energy Engineering established example experience expertise facilities Federal laboratories Federal Technology Transfer funds Government Health identified implementation important increase individual industry initiatives Institute interest inventions inventors issued licensing major Management manufacturing materials measurements meet methods NASA National Laboratory Navy needs NIH/ADAMHA Office operation opportunities organizations participate Party patent percent performance planned potential present private sector regional representatives requests research and development responsible royalties Science scientists Service specific Standards technical Technology Transfer Act United University users
Page 91 - The conference focused on computer-integrated manufacturing, with presentations by representatives of the three military services, the National Bureau of Standards, (now National Institute of Standards and Technology), the National Aeronautics and Space Administration and the Department of Energy.
Page 179 - Government owns a right, title, or interest; (2) grant nonexclusive, exclusive, or partially exclusive licenses under federally owned patent applications, patents, or other forms of protection obtained, royalty-free or for royalties or other consideration, and on such terms and conditions, including the grant to the licensee of the right of enforcement pursuant to the provisions of chapter 29 of...
Page 178 - The term invention means any invention or discovery which is or may be patentable or otherwise protectable under Title 35 of the United States Code, or any novel variety of plant which is or may be protectable under the Plant Variety Protection Act (7 USC 2321 et seq.). (d) The term subject invention...
Page 181 - States to practice and have practiced the invention on behalf of the United States and on behalf of any foreign government or international organization pursuant to any existing or future treaty or agreement with the United States.
Page 273 - Government-owned, contractor-operated laboratory, may (subject to subsection (c) of this section) — (1) accept, retain, and use funds, personnel, services, and property from collaborating parties and provide personnel, services, and property to collaborating parties; (2) grant or agree to grant in advance, to a collaborating party, patent licenses or assignments, or options thereto, in any invention made in whole or in part by a laboratory employee under the agreement...
Page 273 - Federal government or (2) exemplary activities that promote the domestic transfer of science and technology development within the Federal Government and result in utilization of such science and technology by American industry or business, universities, State or local governments, or other non-Federal parties.
Page 179 - NIH/ADAMHA recognize that under the FTTA and the patent licensing law to which it refers, Congress and the President have chosen to utilize the patent system as the primary mechanism for transferring Government inventions to the private sector. The...
Page 140 - Service, which includes the Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental Health Administration; the Centers for Disease Control; the Food and Drug Administration; the Health Resources and Services Administration; and the National Institutes of Health.
Page 176 - Government, through its laboratories, provides personnel, services, facilities, equipment, or other resources with or without reimbursement (but not funds to non-Federal parties) and the non-Federal parties provide funds, personnel, services. facilities, equipment, or other resources toward the conduct of specified research or development efforts which are consistent with the missions of the laboratory; except that such term does not include a procurement contract or cooperative agreement as those...