Royalty Report: Agriculture, Forestry and Fishing, Technical Know How – Collection: 230819


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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 5


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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 5

Primary Industries

  • Agriculture
  • Forestry and Fishing
  • Technical Know How
  • Agriculture Forestry & Fishing

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IPSCIO Record ID: 230819

License Grant
Through performance of their respective obligations under this Agreement, Licensor and Licensee will use their respective commercially reasonable efforts jointly to conceive, design and develop commercially viable Gender Sorting Products. This collaboration will be conducted in three phases, the first of which has been completed.
License Property
Gender Sorting Services means and includes all gender classification and sorting services performed by Licensee and its customers, distributors, other sublicensees and permitted assignees utilizing the Gender Sorting Products.

Licensor is a company whose principal business is to research, design and commercialize cell-based biosensors and screens.

Field of Use
Field of Use means the in ovo and ex ovo gender classification of avian species.  Licensee is an agricultural biotechnology company focused on developing products that improve bird health, reduce bird production costs and provide other benefits to the poultry industry.

The Licensee believes that the economical and efficient in ovo determination of a bird's gender before it hatches will lead to an increase in the practice of raising birds separately by gender.

IPSCIO Record ID: 306254

License Grant
Licensor grants to Licensee an exclusive perpetual license to make, use, and practice the Patent for research, clinical, teaching, or other non- commercial purposes, but not for purposes of commercial development, use, manufacture, or distribution of any product other than as authorized with the written consent of Licensor.

Assignor hereby assigns to Assignee One Hundred Percent (100%) of its right, title and interest in the invention and IP and any reissues or extensions and for the entire terms of any patents, reissues or extensions that may issue from foreign applications, divisions, continuations in whole or part or substitute applications filed claiming the benefit of the IP. The right, title and interest conveyed in this Assignment is to be held and enjoyed by Assignee and Assignee’s successors as fully and exclusively as it would have been held and enjoyed by Assignor had this Assignment not been made.

License Property
Patent means Improved Fluorescent Resonance Energy Transfer Based Biosensor Proteins and their Methods of Use Thereof, U.S. Provisional Patent No. 62730424, filed on September 12, 2018.

Product means biosensors that use the patented technology described in the Patent.  Förster (or fluorescence) resonance energy transfer (FRET) is a process involving the radiation-less transfer of energy from a donor fluorophore to an acceptor fluorophore. FRET technology enables the quantitative analysis of molecular dynamics in biophysics and in molecular biology, such as the monitoring of protein-protein interactions, protein-DNA interactions, and protein conformational changes. FRET-based biosensors have been utilized to monitor cellular dynamics not only in heterogeneous cellular populations, but also at the single-cell level in real time.

Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer or “FRET” is a physical phenomenon that is increasingly being used in biomedical research and drug discovery. It is the distance-dependent transfer of energy from one fluorescent molecule (the donor) to another fluorescent molecule (the acceptor). The transfer of energy leads to a reduction in the donor’s fluorescence intensity and an increase in the acceptor’s emission intensity. Due to its sensitivity to distance, FRET has been used to investigate molecular interactions.

Licensor is a biotechnology company developing solutions to safely and sustainably increase natural crop yield and food security. Its mission is to develop breakthrough disruptive technologies that address the greatest agriculture, aquaculture, and environmental challenges facing the globe.

Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the agriculture industry for solutions to emerging diseases in plant and animal food production.

Licensee has a technology platform that measures the signature of infectious bacteria, enabling real-time and rapid response in medical, veterinary, pharmaceutical and aquatic applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 256191

License Grant
The University grants the sole and exclusive right and license to make, use, offer to sell, sell, import and sublicense Licensed Patents within the Field of Use and in the Licensed Territory for the Term.
License Property
The patents include, but are not limited to
—  Production of Transgenic Early Embryonic Chicken Cells and Chimeric Chickens Using EGFP and Puromycin Selection Methods,
—  Transgenesis of Early Embryonic Cells,
—  Avians that Produce Eggs Containing Exogenous Proteins,
—  Exogenous Proteins Expressed in Avians and Their Eggs,
—  Novel Vectors in Avian Transgenesis,
—  Vectors Comprising a Magnum-Specific Promoter for Avian Transgenesis, and,
—  Method for Manipulating Eggs
Field of Use
The Field of Use means avian trans genesis as it may relate to introduction of DNA sequences in any avian species expression of autologous and allogeneic molecules in any avian species, use of avians and their eggs as bioreactor] and improved poultry production genetics.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26372

License Grant
The Licensee, a Netherlands entity and another entity to be designated by Licensor will enter into a License Agreement pursuant to which the entity will receive a License from the Licensee that will permit the entity to sell, License, rent, and distribute products embodying the Technology throughout Europe, Asia and Oceania, on the following terms.

Pursuant to the terms of the Memorandum of Understanding, the Licensee, whose original License to the dry disaggregation technology and the underlying patent was previously restricted to North, South and Central America, the Caribbean (excluding Cuba) and Africa, has acquired rights to sell, and distribute the Technology and the underlying patent throughout the world.

License Property
The patent is for a dry disaggregation technology, which dry separates agricultural products and sorts them according to various properties. The technology may have applications across numerous industries. The technology is expected to produce, as a final product, either highly micronized particles, based on customers requirements or various fractions of separated materials.
Field of Use
The Licensee and the entity will, each use reasonable commercial efforts to ascertain commercially viable new products that may be manufactured or derived through the use of the Technology.  The party that discovers such a product shall have the exclusive right, for a period ninety days, to market the product and, enter into a bona fide binding Agreement for the sale of the product in Europe, Asia and Oceania. Thereafter, either party may market the product in Europe, Asia and Oceania. The Licensee shall have the exclusive right to market such product outside of Europe. Asia and Oceania, after the lapse of the ninety day period when the entity is the party discovering the product, non-exclusive rights to market the product in Europe, Asia and Oceania.

IPSCIO Record ID: 229867

License Grant
The Company entered into in-license technology agreements with respect to the use and commercialization of three of their commercially available product lines, Regalia, Grandevo and Zequanox, and certain products under development.
License Property
Regalia is for controlling plant disease and increasing plant health, Grandevo for insect and mite control and Zequanox selectively controls invasive mussels that cause significant infrastructure and ecological damage across a broad range of in-pipe and open-water applications, including hydroelectric and thermoelectric power generation, industrial applications and recreation.
Field of Use
This agreement pertains to the agriculture industry.  A portfolio of products that address the growing global demand for effective, efficient and environmentally responsible products to control pests, increase crop yields and reduce crop stress.
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