Every technology license is different. We are working with you to develop an agreement that will help you achieve your business goals. Licenses can be: When the terms of the license are set, NASA and the company execute the license in accordance with the terms of the agreement. After the license is granted, NASA oversees the licensee`s sale of products and services using the technologies granted. Our team can write success stories that can be published on NASA`s website, NASA Spinoff magazine or other publications, after permission from the licensee. NASA`s priority is to license its U.S.-funded technologies to benefit U.S. taxpayers by increasing U.S. economic competitiveness and/or promoting the public availability of new products and services. While our licenses are most often awarded to domestic companies, we are able to license to foreign companies, but with some additional considerations: G. Each contributor submits that its amendment is considered the original creation of the contributor and does not violate any existing agreement, regulation, status or rule, and, furthermore, the contributor has sufficient rights to grant the rights conferred by this Agreement. If you talk to the NASA licensing team, you will know that there are 3 components for royalties: Licensing applications: Agency-Patent-Licensing@mail.nasa.gov 202-358-7432 D. Full understanding: This agreement represents all the understanding and agreement of the parties regarding the publication of the Subject software and cannot be replaced, modified or modified, except by another written agreement duly executed by the parties. Once you`ve found a technology, applying for a technology license is simple and simple.
By clicking a button, you can start the online application process with NASA`s Atlas (Automated Technology Licensing Application Application System). The system guides you through every step of the licensing process and keeps you informed of the status of your application. [The government authority inserts the corresponding mention of copyright in any agreement accompanying the first distribution of the original software and removes that language in parentheses.] After your licence application is filed, the terms of the agreement will be developed by you and the NASA license manager. I. A recipient can create a larger work by combining Subject software with separate software that is not subject to this Agreement and by marketing the plant larger than a single product. In this case, the recipient must ensure that the Subject software or its parts contained in the larger plant are subject to the agreement. A. “contributor,” the government authority is the developer of the original software and any entity that makes a change. B. “Covered Patents,” patent claims that are granted by a contributor and are necessarily violated by the use or sale of its modification, alone or in combination with subject software. C. “display” refers to displaying a copy of the software about it, either directly or through an image or other device.
D. “distribution,” the transfer or transfer of the subject software to another, regardless of the means. E. “Larger Work” refers to software that combines subject software or part of it with software that is separate from Subject software and is not subject to the terms of this contract. F. “modification,” any changes, including the addition or removal of the content or structure of the original software or subject software, and includes derivative works as defined in copyright status 17 USC 101. However, the inclusion of Subject Software as part of a larger work does not in itself constitute a change.