2. SCOPE OF THE GRANT
Subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the University hereby grants a worldwide, nonexclusive, non-transferable, licence to MPP, under the Licensed Technology, to grant sublicences to Sublicensees selected by WHO and MPP to:
i. Develop, or have developed, the Licensed Technology into Products in the Field, and
ii. Make, have made, use, Commercialize, export or import the Products exclusively for ultimate use in the Field.
4. TERRITORIAL SCOPE
The license under this Agreement is granted worldwide.
8. ASSIGNMENT AND SUBLICENSES
8.2. Licenses and sublicenses. MPP and the University will discuss and agree upon the identities of interested and suitable Third Parties to whom MPP shall grant sublicences for the purposes of fabricating and/or commercialising the Product. Due to the existing obligations of the University prior to or at the Effective Date, the Sublicensee shall not be a commercial entity either incorporated or manufacturing the Product(s) in Chile. MPP will require in the sublicences that sublicensee(s) use commercially reasonable efforts to ensure that the Product(s) be made available in LMICs at affordable pricing. Other conditions for these sublicences will be previously agreed between the University and MPP.
10. CONSIDERATIONS AND FOLLOW-UP REPORTS
As consideration for the rights conveyed by the University under this Agreement, MPP shall use reasonable efforts during a reasonable amount of time, but at least during two (2) years from the Effective Date, to sublicense the rights to develop, use and Commercialize the Licensed Technology to companies interested to manufacture and/or Commercialise the Product. MPP will keep the University regularly informed of the progress in the search for sublicensees.