University of California Office of the President
Senior Vice President—Business and Finance
Research Administration Office
No. 01 - 02
February 13, 2001
CONTRACT AND GRANT OFFICERS
Subject: Stanford Linear Accelerator Center Use and Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory Nonproprietary Use Agreements
Attached are copies of the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC) Use Agreement between Stanford University and The Regents of the University of California and the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory . Nonproprietary Use Agreement for the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) between Battelle Memorial Institute and the Regents. Under these Use Agreements, users from the University of California are granted permission to use the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory (SSRL), a facility of SLAC, and the Battelle EMSL.
SLAC Use Agreement:
The effective date of SLAC Use Agreement is February 1, 1998 and continues until January 31, 2003.
University researchers that are interested in the SLAC capabilities and how to submit a request to use the facility can find the directions at: http://www-ssrl.slac.stanford.edu/guide.html There are several mechanisms in place for requesting use of this facility. Any questions or required assistance should be directed to: Audrey L. Archuleta, SSRL User Research Administration Manager, (650) 926-3191 or email@example.com.
EMSL Use Agreement:
The Battelle EMSL Use Agreement was effective February 5, 2001, the date it was signed by Battelle. It does not have an end date. So it is in effect until it is terminated by either party or replaced by a new agreement. The individual users complete and sign Appendix B, EMSL Agreement Covering Obligations and Responsibilities of Users. Users should be appropriately notified of the terms of Article X – Certification in the Use Agreement. In this Article, the University has certified that use of the facility is primarily for conducting basic scientific research and not for development of commercial products or services. In addition, Appendix C contains the standard DOE Government rights to patents, copyrights, and data. Users should be aware of these rights if there are any cases where their use of the facility involves research with a for-profit corporation.
Refer: Samuela A. Evans
Subject Index: 22
Organization Index: P-190 & P-020
David F. Mears
Director, Research Administration
STANFORD LINEAR ACCELERATOR CENTER
THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
Research Administration Office
1111 Franklin St., 5th Fl.
Oakland, CA 94607-5200
I. The Board of Trustees for Leland Stanford, Jr., University (Stanford) operates
the Stanford Linear Accelerator Center (SLAC), a government-owned research and
user facility, under contract with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). Upon
execution of this agreement, users from The Regents of the University of California
(hereafter User Institution) are granted permission to use these facilities,
in keeping with Stanford's contract with DOE. The User Institution assumes responsibility
for medical and general liability costs, if any, incurred by User Institution's
employees as a result of their use of SLAC facilities, provided said use is
within the scope and conduct of their employment with User Institution.
II. (a) Users from the sponsoring institution shall:
(1) take all reasonable precautions in carrying out their activities at SLAC, to protect the safety and health of Stanford employees, other users, and the general public, as required by federal, state, and local laws, University rules, and DOE Directives, and
(2) comply with other regulations and laws, such as the University Code of Conduct, statutory limitations on the use of government property, and the federal laws regarding discrimination based on race or gender, applicable to activities at SLAC.
(b) Stanford shall provide to User a copy of applicable laws, regulations, rules, and directives described above. In the event that any User fails to observe and comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and policies, Stanford may stop all or any part of their work and retract permission to participate as a User or otherwise remain at SLAC.
III. Neither Stanford nor any of its employees, agents, or others acting or purporting to act on Stanford's behalf shall be responsible for failure to perform services or to furnish materials under the users' agreement with SLAC. The User Institution waives any and all claims against Stanford University for personal injury to user or for property damage/loss (for property owned by the User) against Stanford deriving from, connected with, arising under, or related to performance of the experiment or their other activities conducted at SLAC, except to the extent that such injury or damage is caused by the negligent or intentional acts or omissions of Stanford and/or SLAC.
IV. Employee(s) of and/or consultant(s) of User Institution shall be permitted to use SLAC facilities for the purpose of performing the experiment(s) described in the proposal(s) accepted for performance at the SLAC synchrotron radiation facility. This Use Agreement shall apply to all experiment(s) carried out in the future at the SLAC synchrotron radiation facilities.
V. Before commencing the experiment(s), Users expecting to incur costs in running their experiment(s) shall provide an instrument that will allow SLAC to obtain reimbursement from User (or User Institution) for costs incurred in performance of the experiment. User agrees to reimburse SLAC, on presentation of an invoice(s), for all expenses reasonably incurred by Stanford on behalf of the User or at User's request in connection with experiments. However, it is expressly understood that Stanford shall have no obligation to incur expenses on behalf of User. This agreement shall be incorporated by reference in each Supplemental Agreement for proprietary research at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory.
VI. This Use Agreement shall become effective February 1, 1998. The Agreement shall continue in force until January 31, 2003.
The Regents of the University of California
Signature_______________________________________ Date: October 13, 1999
Samuela A. Evans, Contract and Grant Officer
Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Jr., University,
Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, by
ENVIRONMENTAL MOLECULAR SCIENCES LABORATORY
The parties to this Agreement are Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific Northwest Division (hereinafter referred to as "Battelle"), managing the Environmental Molecular Sciences Laboratory (EMSL) under Contract No. DE-AC06-76RL0-1830 for the United States Department of Energy (DOE) as an agent of the United States of America (hereinafter referred to as "Government"), and The Regents of the University of California (hereinafter referred to as the "User Entity"):
ARTICLE I – SCOPE OF SERVICES
ARTICLE II – ADMISSION; PERSONNEL RELATIONSHIPS
ARTICLE III – SCHEDULING
The User Entity understands and agrees (a) that the Activity is subject to the priority of Battelle’s work for the Government and on a non-priority basis in regard to other users, and (b) that Battelle, through its cognizant user facility administrator, shall have sole responsibility and discretion for allocating and scheduling usage of the facilities, equipment, services, materials and/or information needed for or involved in the Activity.
ARTICLE IV – MATERIALS
It is recognized that any material to be supplied by the User may be damaged, consumed, or lost. Materials (including residues and/or other contaminated material) remaining after performance of the work or analysis will be removed in their then condition by the User at the User’s expense.
ARTICLE V – INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY PROVISIONS
Except as otherwise required by 35 U.S. Code Section 212, rights of the parties in patents, technical data, copyrights and other intellectual property shall be as set forth in Appendix C, which is attached hereto and made a part of this Agreement.
ARTICLE VI – LIABILITY
ARTICLE VII – EXPORT CONTROLS
User Entity hereby acknowledges notice that the export of goods and/or Technical Data from the United States may require some form of export control license from the U.S. Government and that failure to obtain such export control license may result in criminal liability under the laws of the United States.
ARTICLE VIII – TITLE AND ADMINISTRATION
It is understood and agreed that this Agreement is entered into by Battelle for and on behalf of the Government; that Battelle is authorized to and will administer this Contract in other respects for DOE, unless otherwise specifically provided for herein; that administration of this Agreement may be transferred from Battelle to DOE or its designee, and in case of such transfer and notice thereof to the User Entity, Battelle shall have no further responsibilities hereunder.
ARTICLE IX – TERMINATION
Either party hereto may terminate this Agreement for any reason at any time by giving not less than (30) days prior written notice to the other party. Battelle reserves the right to immediately cancel this Agreement without regard to the aforesaid written notice when cancellation of this Agreement is determined to be necessary to the national defense and security of the United States. Such termination shall only affect the term of this Agreement, and shall otherwise be without prejudice to the rights of the parties hereunder which may have previously accrued.
ARTICLE X – CERTIFICATION
The User Entity certifies that the use of facilities, equipment, services, material and/or information described herein, including any future amended version thereof, will not be undertaken where the primary intent is to develop or modify products, processes, or services for commercialization. The User’s primary intent is to conduct basic scientific research, which will be made available to the general public in accordance with the terms of this agreement, including those contained in Appendix C.
ARTICLE XI – PUBLIC DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS
In regards to publications or presentations resulting from work performed using the EMSL, users are required to:
ARTICLE XII – ENTIRE AGREEMENT
It is expressly agreed by the parties hereto that this Agreement constitutes the entire and only contract between the parties with respect to the subject matter herein; and that this Agreement cannot be amended nor any provision thereof waived except by an instrument in writing and duly executed on behalf of each of the parties hereto by the duly authorized representatives of each party.
BATTELLE MEMORIAL INSTITUTE
PACIFIC NORTHWEST DIVISION
NAME: Gene G. Stott
TITLE: Sr. Contract Specialist
USER ENTITY NAME: THE REGENTS OF
THE UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA
NAME: Samuela A. Evans
TITLE: Contract and Grant Officer
DATE: January 30, 2001
NON-PROPRIETARY USE AGREEMENT
PATENT RIGHTS – USER FACILITIES (CLASS WAIVER)
"User" means the person or entity with which this Agreement is made.
(1) Such action is necessary because the User or employee has not taken, or is not expected to take within a reasonable time, effective steps to achieve practical application of the Subject Invention in such field of use;
(2) Such action is necessary to alleviate health or safety needs which are not reasonable satisfied by the User, assignee, or their licensees; or
(3) Such action is necessary to meet requirements for public use specified
by federal regulations, and such requirements are not reasonably satisfied
by the User, assignee, or licensees.
f. The User shall submit written reports at reasonable intervals upon request of the Government during the term of the patent on the Subject Invention regarding:
(1)The commercial use that is being made or is intended to be made of the invention; and
(2)The steps taken by the User of its transferee to bring the invention to the point of practical application or to make the invention available for license.
To the extent data or information supplied under this section is considered by the User or an assignee or exclusive licensee or assignee to be privileged and confidential and is so marked, DOE agrees that, to the extent permitted by 35 U.S.C. 202(c)(5), it will not disclose such information to persons outside the Government.
D. INVENTION IDENTIFICATION, DISCLOSURES, AND REPORTS
The User shall furnish the Patent Counsel a written report containing full and complete technical information concerning each Subject Invention of the User within six months after conception or first actual reduction to practice, whichever occurs first, in the course of or under this Agreement, but in any event prior to any sale, public use or public disclosure of such invention known to the User. The report shall identify the Agreement and inventor and shall be sufficiently complete in technical detail and appropriately illustrated by sketch or diagram to convey to one skilled in the art to which the invention pertains a clear understanding of the nature, purpose, operation, and to the extent known, the physical, chemical, biological, or electrical characteristics of the invention. The report should also include any election of rights under this clause. When an invention is reported under this paragraph D., it shall be presumed to have been made in the manner specified in Section (a) (1) and (2) of 42 U.S.C. 5908.
E. LIMITATION OF RIGHTS
Nothing contained in this clause shall be deemed to give the Government any rights with respect to any inventions other than a Subject Invention, except as set forth in the Facilities License of paragraph.
F. FACILITIES LICENSE
In addition to the rights of the parties with respect to inventions or discoveries conceived or first actually reduced to practice in the course of and under this Agreement, the User agrees to and does hereby grant to the Government an irrevocable, nonexclusive paid-up license in and to any inventions or discoveries, regardless of when conceived or actually reduced to practice or acquired by the User, which at any time through completion of this Agreement are owned or controlled by the User and are incorporated into the facility as a result of this Agreement to such an extent that the facility is not restored to the condition existing prior to the Agreement (1) to practice or to have practiced by or for the Government at the facility, and (2) to transfer such license with the transfer of that facility. The acceptance or exercise by the Government of the aforesaid rights and license shall not prevent the Government at any time from contesting the enforceability, validity or scope or, or title to, any rights or patents herein licensed.
G. RIGHTS TO TECHNICAL DATA
The Government shall have the right to use, duplicate, or disclose any technical data first produced or furnished under this Agreement, and to permit others to do so.
The User agrees to furnish at the request of the Facility Operator a nonproprietary technical report of the research results.
I. LEGAL NOTICE
The following legal notice shall be affixed to each report or publication resulting from this Agreement which may be distributed by the User:
This document was prepared by ______________________________________ as a result of the use of facilities of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) which are managed by Battelle Memorial Institute, Pacific Northwest Division. Neither Battelle, DOE, the U.S. Government, nor any person acting on their behalf: (a) Makes any warranty or representation, express or implied, with respect to the information contained in this document; or (b) Assumes any liabilities with respect to the use of, or damages resulting from the use of any information contained in the document.
II. PATENT AND COPYRIGHT INDEMNITY – LIMITED
If and to the extent permitted by law applicable to the User*, the User shall indemnify the Government, DOE, and Battelle and their officers, agents, and employees against liability, including costs, for infringement of any United States patent or copyright arising out of any acts required or directed by the User to be performed under the Agreement to the extent that such acts are not normally performed at the facility. Further, the foregoing indemnity shall not apply unless the User shall have been informed in a reasonable time by Battelle, DOE, or the Government of the suit or action alleging such infringement, and such indemnity shall not apply to a claimed infringement which is settled without the consent of the User unless required by a court of competent jurisdiction.
* In accordance with California State law, this clause does not apply to the University of California.
III. COPYRIGHTED MATERIAL
The User shall grant to the Government and others acting on its behalf a royalty-free, nonexclusive, irrevocable, worldwide license for Government purposes to publish, distribute, translate, duplicate, exhibit, and perform any technical data first produced in the performance of this Agreement.