Logo of NIH, the National Institutes of Health sequence walker for human donor splice junctions A composite image consisting of a circuit board
(molecular computer), an arrow going in a circle (rotating
engine and a DNA (TDS and Medusa(TM) sequencing) indicating
three nanotechnologies developed in the Schneider lab.

Licensing Contact Information for Patents and Patents Pending

Individual Information Technology
and
Nanotechnologies

SOFTWARE:


LICENSES FOR COMMERCIAL USE OR DEVELOPMENT of PATENTS

The NCI Technology Transfer Center handles all Technology Transfer and Licensing Agreements (Patents, Materials, Software) and CDAs related to these activities (CDAs to examine patent applications and/or enter into licensing negotiations) for our patents:

NCI Technology Transfer Center
8490 Progress Drive, Suite 400
Frederick, MD 21701
ncitechtransfer@mail.nih.gov


CONTACT FOR MTA, CDA and STA:
  • WITHIN or OUTSIDE NIH: MATERIAL TRANSFER AGREEMENTS (MTA),
  • OUTSIDE NIH: CONFIDENTIAL DISCLOSURE AGREEMENTS (CDA) and
    SOFTWARE TRANSFER AGREEMENTS (STA) FOR
    • EDUCATION or
    • RESEARCH

The Technology Transfer Center will handle CDAs for conversations related to potential Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs).
Contact: National Cancer Institute Technology Transfer Center, ncitechtransfer@mail.nih.gov

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chemistry, biology, molecular biology, evolutionary theory,
genetic engineering, sequence logos, information theory,
electrical engineering, thermodynamics, statistical
mechanics, hypersphere packing, gumball machines, Maxwell's
Daemon, limits of computers


Schneider Lab

origin before: 1996 August 20
updated: 2017 Jan 31

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