Cooperative Research and Development Agreements

Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADA) allow for joint research and development performed by NETL and CRADA participant researchers. Background intellectual property (IP) protection is included for both parties, and CRADA developed IP is jointly owned.  A CRADA offers participants the right of first refusal to an exclusive license for jointly developed IP. Cost sharing between NETL and the CRADA participant is essential. Small businesses are given preferential consideration for these agreements. 

Sample CRADA     
NOTE: Sample agreements are subject to change and are only posted as examples.

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