L. Neither party assumes responsibility for the acts or omissions of the other party. Each party shall oppose any claim against the other party for all claims, liabilities, injuries, damages or expenses resulting from personal injury or death or loss, damage or loss of use of property resulting from the performance of this Agreement, to the extent that such claims, liabilities, damages, costs or expenses are due to the negligence of its own representatives or collaborators of that party. E. The Centre`s activities, financed in whole or in part by the Centre`s dues, are made available to the public after completion and verification by the members. The centers are catalyzed by a small investment from NSF and are primarily supported by members of the center, with NSF playing a supporting role in their development and development. The I/UCRC program offers five years of distinctions for centers that meet the requirements of the I/UCRC program. This five-year period allows for the development of a strong partnership between academic researchers and their members in industry and government. After five years, centres that continue to meet the requirements of the I/UCRC program may apply for a second five-year distinction. These distinctions allow the centres to develop and diversify their industrial membership. After ten years, the centres are expected to be fully supported by industry, other federal authorities, as well as government and local partners. H. These two agreements also define the rights of all products and inventions resulting from SMART cyber projects and publication procedures.
The Intellectual Property Directive complies with the Bayh-Dole Act. A non-exclusive and free license for all intellectual property developed by the Center is available to members. The exclusive license is available as described in Cyber SMART`s agreements and statutes. Note: If the UICR consists of a single university page, the word UNIVERSITIES must be replaced by the university in the agreement. Instead of the cash contribution, the company may choose, with the agreement of the Director General and the Industrial Advisory Board (IAB), to promote a research project at the university whose results are shared with all CENTIRE members. . . .