In truly collaborative research, the list of materials may need to be changed regularly. This requires a simple modification of the agreement (as noted above). The list of materials, which is a well-written cooperation agreement, will dynamically meet the emerging needs of researchers. Click on it to see a series of example licensing agreements. In collaborative research, many discoveries fall in the third year. In a well-written collaborative research agreement, it will be a question of how and by whom ownership should be taken in cases where the IP/TP is discovered by either party. The final step in a collaborative research agreement is the list of materials. As with the budget, this section contains a clear list of the TP that each party makes available to the project. This is essential because all these materials were developed outside the project and are owned by one or the other partner. These are not new TPs, which are distributed in accordance with the grant clauses. On the contrary, the materials contained in the list of materials are entirely owned by one of the employees. Sometimes the items in the list of materials are linked to IP rights.

Sometimes they don`t. In the development of this section of a community research agreement, the parties must cooperate closely. Other parts of a collaborative research agreement can first be developed by a technology transfer agent and/or an IP manager, and then exchanged between partners for verification, observations and negotiation. However, cooperating researchers should establish a first draft working declaration themselves, which can then be processed by the technology transfer manager. This is because cooperating scientists are the ones who really understand the complexity of what needs to be done, and it is the scientists who must fully embrace the developed plan. The statement, which is less well written, vaguely formulates the objective. Phrases such as basic breeding biology do not mean much, unless they are defined later, and terms such as the level of ploidie may not be well understood by the non-scientific community. Remember that the objective of this objective is to create the necessary conditions for the agreement by clearly expressing what the parties hope to achieve. All amendments should be signed in writing and by the relevant authorities as an annex to the agreement. Protect yourself from informal changes that can happen when the project becomes more dynamic and researchers are excited. If not written, such amendments can lead to litigation and litigation.

Therefore, make everyone understand that all important changes in research must be written and attached to the agreement.