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 means copies of all Vividion Know-How, Celgene License Collaboration Know-How or Celgene Know-How, as applicable, which are necessary or useful for Manufacturing preclinical, clinical 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 relating to the manufacture of the Product, including without limitation final quality assurance procedures, manufacturing procedures, product and raw material specifications, formulation data and other technology related thereto;

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.

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

  • 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.

  • Manufacturing Technology Acceleration CentersIn July 2013, NIST announced a pilot program under MEP, the Manufacturing Technology Acceleration Centers (M-TACs).

  • Suresh Babu, Manufacturing Technology – I, Pearson Education, 2008.2. Roy A.

More Definitions of Manufacturing Technology

Manufacturing Technology shall have the meaning set forth in Section 7.3.
Manufacturing Technology means any and all scientific and technical data and information including without limitation formulas, methods, techniques, protocols, and processes owned or controlled by ISIS as of the Effective Date or during the Collaboration Term which are necessary or useful for performing the Manufacturing Process.
Manufacturing Technology means all technology, trade secrets, know-how, and proprietary information (whether patented, patentable or otherwise) related to the manufacture of the Divestiture Products (including, for those instances in which the manufacturing equipment is not readily available from a Third Party, at the Acquirer’s option, all such equipment used to manufacture the Divestiture Products), including, but not limited to, all product specifications, processes, product designs, plans, trade secrets, ideas, concepts, manufacturing, engineering, and other manuals and drawings, standard operating procedures, flow diagrams, chemical, safety, quality assurance, quality control, research records, clinical data, compositions, annual product reviews, regulatory communications, control history, current and historical information associated with the FDA Applications conformance and cGMP compliance, labeling, all other information related to the manufacturing process, and supplier lists.
Manufacturing Technology means technology, Know-How and Information in each case to the extent necessary for the manufacture and/or analytical testing of the Compound in the Field, and/or other available records related to the manufacturing process and that are in existence and owned or controlled by Novartis and/or its Affiliates on the Effective Date but excluding the Licensed IP.
Manufacturing Technology means any process, technology, information, data or documentation that is necessary or useful in the manufacture, formulation, vialing or release of the Licensed Product, including any assays or testing required to comply with GMP including process validation, product identity assays, in-process-control assays and any relevant standard operating procedures, MBR (Master Batch Record) and CMC Know-How, all to the extent the foregoing is owned or controlled by BioLine.
Manufacturing Technology means all methods, processes, designs, data, procedures and other information owned by or licensed to Biorex or its Affiliates during the term of this Agreement that are reasonably required for pilot production or commercial manufacturing 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, including all patent and other intellectual property rights 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.