Basf License Agreement

Originally published on January 26, 2018. Published June 14, 2019. The International Rice Research Institute (IRRI) and BASF have entered into a licensing agreement for the clearfield® Rice Production system for the development of olive rice varieties. Weeds are the main biological constraint in rice regions. The interim system (see agriculture.basf.us/crop-protection/products/provisia.html) in combination with the Clearfield rice production system® (see agriculture.basf.us/crop-protection/products/clearfield.html) contributes to the control of red rice and other hard herbs and provides farmers with effective agronomic tools that are recognized in the world market. BASF Corporation Catalysts Headquarters 25 Middlesex/Essex Turnpike Iselin , New Jersey 08830 www.catalysts.basf.com In order to ensure continuous access to these latest technologies, farmers can obtain a TSA www.agcelerate.com via the AgCelerate Stewardship platform. AgCelerate is a place where you can see and manage your technology agreements with Bayer and other feature providers. As the inventor of the Nickel Metal-Hydride (NiMH) battery, we have created a leading patent portfolio and continue to develop state-of-the-art technology. BASF has entered into licensing agreements and other strategic alliances with major companies around the world through its Ovonic battery materials subsidiary. Below is a partial list of companies that are licensed under our own NiMH battery technology and lithium-ion cathode materials and manufacturing process agreements. ISELIN, NJ, March 14, 2012 – BASF today announced, through its global Battery Materials division, that it has signed a long-term licensing agreement for the acquisition of global rights for the production and sale of LiFePO4-C Licensing AG`s lithium-phosphate (LFP) technology, Muttenz, Switzerland, a subsidiary of Clariant AG.

LiFePO4-C Licensing represents patent holders for this technology: Hydro-Québec (Montreal); University of Montreal; and the National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS, Paris).