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Permission to use the “TownCrier” software (“TownCrier”), officially docketed at the Center for Technology Licensing at Cornell University as D-7364, developed through research conducted at Cornell University, and its associated copyrights solely for educational, research and non-profit purposes without fee is hereby granted, provided that the user agrees as follows:
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Those desiring to incorporate TownCrier software into commercial products or use TownCrier and its associated copyrights for commercial purposes must contact the Center for Technology Licensing at Cornell University at 395 Pine Tree Road, Suite 310, Ithaca, NY 14850; email: [email protected]; Tel: 607-254-4698; FAX: 607-254-5454 for a commercial license.
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TownCrier was developed with funding in part by the National Science Foundation (NSF grants CNS-1314857, CNS-1330599, CNS-1453634, CNS-1518765, CNS-1514261), a Packard Fellowship, a Sloan Fellowship, Google Faculty Research Awards, and a VMWare Research Award.