Collaboration IP means (a) any and all ideas, information, Know-How, data research results, writings, inventions, discoveries, modifications, enhancements, derivatives, new uses, developments, techniques, materials, compounds, products, designs, processes or other technology or intellectual property, whether or not patentable or copyrightable, in each case, that is not an improvement to then-existing Acceleron Technology, Celgene Technology, or Joint Technology and is developed by either Party, its Affiliates or Third Parties acting on their behalf while performing activities under this Agreement, and (b) all Patent Rights and other intellectual property rights in any of the foregoing.
Collaboration IP means (i) all Intellectual Property rights in Collaboration Technology, which Intellectual Property rights were created by the parties' Listed Representatives (solely or jointly) in the course of working on the Collaboration and (ii) all Intellectual Property of either party conceived or created by or for either party ("Party") prior to the termination or
Collaboration IP means all Patent Rights, Know-How and other intellectual property that is owned or Controlled by either Party or its Affiliates, and (i) generated in the course of performance of the Research Program, or (ii) generated by Novartis or its Affiliates outside of the Research Program in the course of any exercise by Novartis or its Affiliates of the licenses granted hereunder and directly related to or claiming the structure of any Collaboration Compound, or directly related to the use, formulation or manufacture of any such Collaboration Compound, provided that in no event shall Collaboration IP include any Enanta Patents or any Enanta Know-How.
Collaboration IP means (i) Collaboration Materials; (ii) Know How conceived developed or generated in the course of the activities performed by or on behalf of either Party or both Parties under the Research Collaboration; and (iii) any Patent Rights which claim either Collaboration Materials or inventions included within the Know How the subject of (ii) above, which Patent Rights have a priority date after the Effective Date and were conceived during the Research Term or the Extended Research Term (as applicable) and reduced to practice during the Research Term or the Extended Research Term or thereafter as a result of the performance of the Research Collaboration (“Joint Patent Rights”). “Conception” for purposes of the foregoing definition and the definition set forth below in Section 1.1.13 shall be determined by reference to the Parties’ written records including laboratory notebooks.