Yes, under the supervision of the principal investigator (PI), students can complete research tasks as part of the project. If necessary, project participants should read the agreement and sign an agreement on confidential information and intellectual property (CIIP). This ensures that all participants are aware of the university`s conditions and obligations in accordance with the SRA. All participants must comply with the university`s obligations. There is a wide range of typical general provisions. This includes a disclosure/publication policy that deals with how parties will communicate with each other and with the outside world; Reports Confidentiality issues Important issues of intellectual property management and technology transfer from institution to business; Administrative authorizations Declarations of compensation and liability; Dispute resolution plans termination provisions. This part of the agreement should also define an amendment procedure and designate those responsible for the agreement, both administratively and scientifically, at the institute and in the company. For information provided by one of the parties before or outside the scope of the Agreement, you may find it useful to use the terms usually contained in a confidentiality or confidentiality agreement. Like any confidentiality agreement, these clauses should set a time limit for the information to remain confidential. Typically, these deadlines are between two and five years after the end of the cooperation or from the date the information is generated. If the parties have a confidentiality or confidentiality agreement signed earlier, this document may simply be mentioned in the cooperation seeking agreement or the cooperation seeking agreement may indicate that it replaces the confidentiality agreement. Confidentiality agreement (conclude) See confidentiality agreement. 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. Each objective of the job description should be followed by a description of the methods and approaches to be used to resolve the relevant scientific issues. In addition, each objective must be very clear about what each partner (Institute scientists and corporate scientists) will do separately and collaboratively. This statement of responsibility is perhaps the most critical element of a research agreement, because without a clear understanding of responsibilities, partners may have unrealistic expectations and be frustrated. If we don`t know who`s going to experiment with each piece, both sides can sit down and wait in vain for the other to produce something. It cannot be stressed enough that it is very important to break down each of the scientific objectives of the work declaration into tasks and to make it clear who is responsible for each. A collaborative research agreement can become a long-term document.
However, you should not think that it is like a grant application that may include 20, 30, 40 pages or more. A collaborative research agreement is not intended to convince outsiders that the work is worth it and is not intended to demonstrate that one of the cooperating scientists is a quality researcher. On the contrary, the research that will be carried out by the partners should be clearly set out. A declaration of work should therefore be only as long as it should be, to ensure that both parties know what is expected of them. A typical chord will be 10-15 pages, and the explanation of the work is often no more than two or three pages.