Manufacturing Technology definition

Manufacturing Technology means any and all patents, patent applications, know-how, and all intellectual property rights associated therewith that are owned or controlled by Licensor, and including all tangible embodiments thereof, that are necessary or useful for the manufacture of adeno-associated viruses, adeno-associated virus vectors, research or commercial reagents related thereto, Licensed Products, or other products, including manufacturing processes, technical information relating to the methods of manufacture, protocols, standard operating procedures, batch records, assays, formulations, quality control data, specifications, scale up, any and all improvements, modifications, and changes thereto, and any and all activities associated with such manufacture. Any and all chemistry, manufacturing, and controls (CMC), drug master files (DMFs), or similar materials provided to regulatory authorities and the information contained therein are deemed Manufacturing Technology.
Manufacturing Technology shall have the meaning set forth in Section 7.3.

Examples of Manufacturing Technology in a sentence

  • Such agreements include, but are not limited to, agreements with respect to the disclosure of Confidential Business Information related to such Product Manufacturing Technology.

  • A 1991 assessment of the program by the General Accounting Office (GAO, now the Government Accountability Office) concluded thatWhile legislation establishing the Manufacturing Technology Centers Program emphasized the transfer of advanced technologies being developed at federal laboratories, the centers have found that their clients primarily need proven technologies.

  • The act also directs NIST to merge its Advanced Manufacturing Technology Consortia (AMTech) program into the NNMI.

  • SCOPE.—The report shall include technologies or processes developed with funds appropriated or otherwise made available for the Manufacturing Technology programs of the military depart- ments and Defense Agencies for fiscal years 2003 through 2005.

  • Revised requirements for plan for Manufacturing Technology Program.

More Definitions of Manufacturing Technology

Manufacturing Technology means copies of all Celgene Know-How, Agios Know-How or Collaboration Know-How, as applicable, which are necessary or useful for Manufacturing preclinical, clinical and/or commercial supply, as applicable, of the Licensed Products, including specifications, assays, batch records, quality control data, and transportation and storage requirements.
Manufacturing Technology means all methods, processes, designs, data, procedures and other information owned by or licensed to Glycyx or its Affiliates or within the control of Glycyx or its Affiliates on terms whereby Glycyx is permitted to license the same to third parties, during the Term, reasonably required for commercial manufacture of Products, including, without limitation, final quality assurance-quality control procedures, manufacturing procedures (including conditions, times, temperatures, pressures and rates), product and raw material specifications, and other technology related thereto.
Manufacturing Technology means (i) methods and materials used in the synthesis or analysis of an Oligonucleotide regardless of sequence or chemical modification, (ii) methods of making components of an Oligonucleotide, and (iii) methods and materials used in making the Product.
Manufacturing Technology means the Know-How Controlled by Regulus that is reasonably available and reasonably necessary for the Manufacture (including formulation, processing, filling and packaging) of Licensed Compounds and Products. Sanofi and its Third Party manufacturer may only use the Manufacturing Technology only in support of its licenses under Section 2.1 of this Agreement and will not use the Manufacturing Technology in connection with any other compound or product. Sanofi will be responsible and liable to Regulus for any practice of the Manufacturing Technology by Sanofi’s Third Party manufacturer that breaches this Section 4.3.