Cooperative Research and Development Agreements (CRADAs) are at the core of the latest federal efforts to increase technological competitiveness in the US through the commercialization of public technologies. They are legal agreements for the sharing of research personnel, equipment and intellectual property rights in joint research of government and industry. More than 2,200 CRADAs have been entered into. Legal impediments inhibit the use of CRADAs.
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