"Know-how" (also: Know-How)
There are three definitions of Know-how used in the MAPGuide:
(1) Any unpatented, unpublished, technical information (including, without limitation, information relating to inventions, discoveries, concepts, methodologies, models, research, development and testing procedures, the results of experiments, tests and trials, manufacturing processes, materials, formulae, formulations, processes, research or experimental results, techniques and specifications, quality control data, analyses, reports and submissions) that is not in the public domain.
(2) Any and all proprietary information and materials, including discoveries, improvements, processes, methods, protocols, formulas, molecular constructs, cell lines, reagents, assays, data, seeds (including pre-seeds, master seeds and working seeds), cell banks (including master cell banks and working cell banks), clones, primers, vectors, antibodies, serum samples, biological samples, results, inventions, know-how, trade secrets, compositions of matter (including compounds), formulations, and findings, in each case, patentable or otherwise.
(3) Any technical intangible technique, information, technology, practice, trade secret, invention (whether patentable or not), method, process, knowledge, know-how, conclusion, skill, experience, test data and results (including
pharmacological, toxicological, manufacturing and clinical test data and results), regulatory documentation, analytical and quality control data, software or algorithm, database, standard operating procedure, study report, technical document, batch record or other research, development and manufacturing information. Know-How also includes the tangible (i.e., written or electronic) files that record any of the foregoing; provided, however, that Know-How does not include (i) Patents, (ii) Materials or (iii) trademarks and domain names (or any applications or registrations thereof).