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Lincoln Laboratory enters CRADAs when collaborative research supports its mission and program objectives. Partnering with us as part of a CRADA can help your business achieve commercial and scientific success by providing access to our unique technologies, technical know-how and facilities, including Defense Microelectronics Activity`s certified/reliable microelectronics lab and the STRIVE center used in bioengineering research and development. CRADA offers non-federal staff the opportunity to negotiate an exclusive or non-exclusive license for any CRADA Subject Invention resulting from the research. CRADA is the only agreement that authorizes an IP licensing option developed during a collaborative research project. Research and development cooperation agreements (CRADAs) are formal research and development agreements between a federal authority (in the form of a government laboratory) and one or more non-federal parties for collaborative research and development in each area that is consistent with the federal agency`s mission. CRADAs encourage the creation of teams to solve technological and industrial problems for the benefit of the country. The government provides personnel, services, facilities, equipment, intellectual property or other resources with or without reimbursement to the non-federal party. However, the government is not authorized to make funds available to the non-federal party. The non-federal party, on the other hand, may provide personnel, services, facilities, equipment, intellectual property, resources or other resources for the research or development efforts indicated.
For all inventions developed under a CRADA, the government retains a non-exclusive, non-transferable, irrevocable license paid to practice invention or to have the invention practiced worldwide by or on behalf of the government. A CRADA is not considered a purchase contract. The authority for CRADAs has been codified under U.S. code 3710a. CRADAs define the conditions for sponsored collaborative research, usually with non-federal industry partners, and are specifically designed to protect the parties` past inventions, while allowing the government and private sector research partners to negotiate the management of new discoveries or intellectual property that may result from cooperation. A Research and Development Cooperation Agreement (CRADA) is the mechanism by which a federally funded research organization transfers to the private sector the technology, processes and technical know-how they have developed for commercialization. CRADA is an agreement under which the FDA laboratory contributes to the realization of certain research or development efforts in personnel, services, facilities, equipment or other resources, but not funding. The CRADA partner is involved in all necessary funding for the project, as well as staff, services, facilities, equipment or other resources. The areas of research we are interested in include autonomous systems and robotics, synthetic biology, energy, quantum computers, advanced electronics and sensors, as well as cybersecurity.
If you think that a collaborative research and development project is benefiting your company and our research and development efforts, contact us first at the [email protected] address. The terms and conditions of our CRADA agreement can be reached here. Important considerations 1. CRADAs are only suitable for collaborators who make significant intellectual contributions to the research project or who provide essential resources for research or technical resources that the FDA could not reasonably have made available to the FDA.