CRADA

AcronymDefinition
CRADACooperative Research And Development Agreement
CRADACooperative Research and Development Act of 1984
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Under the CRADA, the principal investigators are Jeremy Miller, PhD, chief technology officer at Inteliquet and Javed Khan, MD, deputy chief, Genetics Branch at NCI.
The OSA results under the CRADA will include modular network architecture recommendations for the US Army to integrate various military and commercial networks and services using new standardized interfaces.
Under the terms of the CRADA, CytoTest will collaborate with the Center for Prostate Disease Research (CPDR) on the development of next-generation approaches to prostate cancer diagnosis and prognosis.
"The CRADA allows the two organizations to bring together their unique expertise and capabilities in material development as well as product development," says Behnam Pourdeyhimi, director of The Nonwovens Institute.
CRADA participants share personnel and resources, non-federal
(8) To understand how NDAs fit under CRADA authority, one need only look through the statutory definition of a CRADA.9 Under that definition, a CRADA is any agreement between appropriate parties to share authorized resources "...
The CRADA collaboration was initiated after preliminary investigation of stabilization reagents developed at Biomatrica identified very promising stabilizers of biological samples with potential for improving diagnostic capabilities.
The newly established CRADA will enable Arteriocyte to work directly with USAISR staff to explore broader use of its technologies to treat orthopedic trauma including limb injuries (bone, cartilage, muscle and vessel structure) that affect a majority of battlefield wounded soldiers.
In 1987, the ARS Avian Disease and Oncology Laboratory (ADOL) in East Lansing, Michigan, was the first government lab to sign a CRADA with a private company.
Headwall Photonics has announced the formation of a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) with the USDA Agricultural Research Service to develop and deploy spectral imaging solutions for in-line processing of poultry, fruit, vegetables, and other food products.
According to Lynch, this technology is the result of a Co-operative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) between Agricultural Research Service (ARS), the chief scientific research agency of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and The Dow Chemical Company.