|What is a Material Transfer Agreement|
- A Material Transfer Agreement (MTA) is used to protect interests in the material to be exchanged.
- A MTA facilitates cooperative sharing to further a cooperative research effort.
- A MTA is only necessary when there are concerns about protecting ownership rights, how the material might be used, or if the Cooperator might misrepresent ARS's involvement.
- A MTA is not necessary for every minor item or chemical being exchanged.