Research and Development Agreements Sample Clauses

Research and Development Agreements. Schedule 4.17(c) identifies each sponsoring, research and development or other agreement entered into since January 1, 2005 (whether expired or currently in effect) pursuant to which Seller has sponsored or otherwise collaborated in the research and development of Proprietary Rights.
Research and Development Agreements. The Support and Development Agreement will also specify mechanisms (whether through the JSC or otherwise) to maintain coordination of all development activities of the Parties for Products in the Field and to address concerns that either Party may have that development activities within or outside the Territory could adversely affect the Product in the other Party’s territory.
Research and Development Agreements. (a) This sub-clause (a) applies to agreements for research into and/or development of Gas Turbine or Steam Turbine technology:
Research and Development Agreements. In December 1999, the Company extended its development contract with Pirelli Cables and Systems, a stockholder of the Company, to jointly develop high temperature superconducting cable wires. Pirelli agreed to provide the Company with up to $13,800,000 in additional funding over the five-year period between October 1, 1999 and September 30, 2004. $3,500,000 of that funding was recognized as revenue in fiscal 2000, of which $2,500,000 was for R&D work performed by the Company prior to the effective date (October 1, 1999) of the latest Pirelli agreement. The Pirelli alliance was originally established in February 1990; in the 11-year period between 1990 and March 31, 2001, the Company received development funding of approximately $21,600,000 from Pirelli. In fiscal 1998, the Company entered into research and development contracts with Asea Xxxxx Boveri (ABB) and EDF, an affiliate of which is a stockholder of the Company, to develop HTS wire for power transformers. The ABB and EDF agreements, each of which called for the payment of $5,000,000 in development fees to the Company over four years, were terminated in April 2000, with ABB having paid a cumulative total of $4,350,000 and EDF $4,450,000. The Company recorded revenues under these contracts as follows: 2001 2000 1999 ---------- ---------- ---------- Pirelli................................... $2,000,000 $4,250,000 $2,000,000 ABB....................................... -- 1,050,000 1,025,000 EDF....................................... -- 1,050,000 1,600,000 ---------- ---------- ---------- $2,000,000 $6,350,000 $4,625,000 ========== ========== ========== Future funding commitments under the Pirelli contract are $8,300,000 through September 2004. At March 31, 2001, $1,750,000 due under the development contract with Pirelli was included in accounts receivable, of which $1,250,000 was classified as long-term. In March 1996, the Company entered into a strategic alliance with the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) to develop and commercialize a possible next-generation HTS wire. This agreement ended on March 31, 2000. In March 1996, under the first phase of the agreement, the Company granted a warrant for 100,000 shares of common stock to EPRI at $14.00 per share which became exercisable over a five-year period following the date of grant. In March 1998, under the second phase of the agreement, the Company granted to EPRI another AMERICAN SUPERCONDUCTOR CORPORATION NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS--(Conti...

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  • Research and Development All product research and development activities, including quality assurance, quality control, testing, and research and analysis activities, conducted by the Corporation and the Subsidiaries in connection with their business is being conducted in compliance, in all material respects, with all industry, laboratory safety, management and training standards applicable to the Business and all such processes, procedures and practices required in connection with such activities are in place as necessary and are being complied with in all material respects.

  • Development Agreement Upon execution of this Notice to Proceed, Subrecipient shall enter into a development agreement with the Project Developer (“Development Agreement”). The Development Agreement shall include a Rider to Development Agreement, substantially in the form to be provided by the Department. The Developer entity specified in Section 1 above, shall not be removed or substituted with a different Developer entity without the prior written consent of both the Department and Subrecipient, and the Development Agreement shall contain a provision to this effect. No Developer may be listed on any state or federal debarment list and must be in good standing with the Department and the State of California.

  • Training and Development 3.1 Authorities will develop local 'Workforce Development Plans (see Part 4.8),' closely linked to their service delivery plans, which will provide the focus for the establishment of training and development priorities. Training and development should be designed to meet the corporate and service needs of authorities both current and in the future, taking into account the individual needs of employees. Local schemes on training and development should enable authorities to attain their strategic objectives through development of their employees. Training and development provisions should be shaped to local requirements and take account of the full range of learning methods. Such an approach should enable access to learning for all employees. The needs of part time employees and shift workers need particular consideration.

  • Project Development a. Collaborate with COUNTY and project clients to identify requirements and develop a project Scope Statement.

  • Staff Development A regular and ongoing staff development program shall be maintained and made available to all shifts and to all personnel with programs posted in advance. The posting will indicate if attendance is mandatory. Every effort will be made by the Employer to provide reasonable advanced notice of mandatory education. To ensure employees have the ability to complete mandatory education, when possible, a minimum of two (2) months advance notice will be given of the education requirements. Topics to be offered will be determined by discussions between nurses, management and the Clinical and Education Practice Subject to patient care needs and with appropriate advance notice, the Employer will make a good faith effort to release nurses to attend mandatory education and continuing education programs within employees FTE unless scheduled on time off by mutual agreement. Mandatory education programs will be scheduled in an effort to accommodate varying work schedules. Nurses required by the Employer to attend mandatory staff development programs will be compensated at the applicable rate of pay for hours spent in the program. The employer will make their best effort to make employees whole for their entire shift if a mandatory education is scheduled on a day in which an employee was regularly scheduled to work and was released from work by offering productive and nonproductive opportunities within the pay period for all hours missed. The Employer will provide contact hours for continuing education programs. It shall be the responsibility of the presenter to complete and submit the application process on a timely basis. The ABC Committee will have a quarterly agenda item to discuss: new and upcoming educational opportunities, additional educational interests from employees, access to computers and/or other tools necessary to facilitate training and professional development, and review the offerings for mandatory education classes to evaluate if enough classes are being offered at appropriate times to accommodate variable shifts.

  • Initial Development Plan No later than the Effective Date, Tigercat and Merck shall have agreed on the initial Development plan for the Licensed Compounds and Licensed Products in the Field in the Territory, which shall be incorporated as part of this Agreement as Schedule 3.03(a) (as amended in accordance with this Agreement, the “Development Plan”).

  • Joint Development If joint development is involved, the Recipient agrees to follow the latest edition of FTA Circular 7050.1, “Federal Transit Administration Guidance on Joint Development.”

  • Creation and Development Fee If the Prospectus related to a Trust specifies a creation and development fee, the Trustee shall, on or immediately after the end of the initial offering period, withdraw from the Capital Account, an amount equal to the unpaid creation and development fee as of such date and credit such amount to a special non-Trust account designated by the Depositor out of which the creation and development fee will be distributed to the Depositor (the "Creation and Development Account"). The creation and development fee is the per unit amount specified in the Prospectus for the Trust.

  • Collaboration Agreement The Company shall have duly executed and delivered to the Investor the Collaboration Agreement, and there shall have been no termination of the Collaboration Agreement that, as of the Closing, is effective.

  • Design Development Documents In accordance with the approved Preliminary Design and Construction Schedule and based upon approval of and comments made by the Owner regarding the Schematic Design Documents, the Design Professional shall prepare and submit to the Owner the Design Development Documents. (See ASTM Standard Practice E 1804-02, August 2007, Sections 6.4, 8.2 and 8.3 for guidance on information which is generally developed in Design Development Documents.) The Design Development Documents shall consist of a Site Plan, building plans, floor plans, sections, elevations, typical construction details, equipment layouts, and other drawings and outline specifications. These documents will fix and illustrate the size and character of the entire Project in its essentials, including but not limited to kinds of materials, criteria and sizing of major components, equipment sizes and capacities, approximate layouts including required spaces for clearances, type of structure, grade elevations, sidewalks, utilities, roads, parking areas, mechanical and electrical systems. The Design Professional shall also prepare Outline Specifications giving basic descriptions of essential components of all systems. The Outline Specifications shall identify major materials and systems and establish in general their quality levels. Upon the request of the Owner, the Design Professional shall furnish to the Owner perspective illustrations, physical models, and 3-D computer models at a specified size. Such illustrations and models shall be performed as an Additional Service to this Contract and shall be compensated at the rates shown in Exhibit A and Article 4.1.3, Reimbursable Expenses.