Joint Technology definition

Joint Technology means the Joint Know-How and the Joint Patent Rights.
Joint Technology has the meaning set forth in Section 6.1.1.
Joint Technology means Joint Inventions and Joint Patents.

Examples of Joint Technology in a sentence

  • On the one hand, as the bottom half of “Y”, there may be enduring convergence on technical standards, including those being developed in the ISO/IEC Joint Technology Committee 1 (Subcommittee 42), and in the IEEE; and less likely, on a limited number of global mission-oriented R&D projects.

  • Transport for London’s new FC bus project is being supported by the Department of Energy and Climate Change and the European Commission’s Joint Technology Initiative as a part of the CHIC project.

  • The challenge is structured as follows: The micro- and nanoelectronics part will be implemented by the Joint Technology Initiative (JTI) on 'Electronic Components and Systems'31 and through this Work Programme.- Implementation through the JTI on 'Electronic Components and Systems': The JTI will facilitate multi-disciplinary industry-driven research and innovation along the full innovation and value chain, covering Technology Readiness Levels (TRLs) 2 to 8.


More Definitions of Joint Technology

Joint Technology means Joint Know-How and Joint Patents.
Joint Technology means the Joint Know-How and the Joint Patents.
Joint Technology means Joint Know-How and Joint Patent Rights.
Joint Technology means any Program Invention (a) conceived or first reduced to practice jointly by employees of, or consultants to, Abbott and employees of, or consultants to, Enanta or (b) conceived or first reduced to practice solely by employees of, or consultants to, one Party with the use in any material respect of any Technology, Patent Rights or Proprietary Materials of the other Party. For purposes of clarity, Joint Technology shall include any and all Technology conceived or reduced to practice by Abbott in its conduct of any chemistry activities with respect to Compounds or Abbott Compounds (other than the Abbott Compounds listed in Schedule 1) as part of the Research Program.
Joint Technology means Joint Know-How, Joint Patent Rights, and all other intellectual property rights therein.
Joint Technology means, collectively, the Joint Know-How and the Joint Patents.