Master Business Development Agreement

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (“agreement”) is entered into on October 23, 2006 between Cargill, Incorporated, a Delaware company, through its Emerging Business Accelerator (“Cargill”) division, and Environmental Power Corporation, a Delaware company (“EPC”), and its wholly owned subsidiary, Microgy Inc., a Colorado company (“Microgy”). In this context, the EPC and Microgy are jointly referred to as “parts of the CEP” and individually “part of the CEP.” Cargill and the CPE parties are collectively referred to as “parties” and individually “party.” The terms used here, not otherwise defined, used in this article X. 10.8, and which are not otherwise defined, have the meanings attributed to them. This agreement replaces all prior written statements, communications or agreements between the parties and, together with all annexes, constitutes the parties` final and complete understanding of the purpose of this agreement. None of the parties relied on these prior, written or written commitments, communications or agreements. THIS BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (the “agreement”) comes into force from , 2020 (the “effective date”), from and between LIQUIDMETAL TECHNOLOGIES, INC., a Delaware company that has its primary business in 20321 Valencia Circle, Lake Forest, California 92630 (“Liquidmetal”) and EUTECTIX, LLC, a Delaware limited liability company with an address of 323 Main Street, Chatham, New Jersey 07928 (“Eutect”). In this part, liquidmetal and Eutectix are individually referred to as “parties” or collectively “parties.” This second amendment to the Enterprise Development Agreement was amended on 27 November 2007. between LECG, LLC, a California limited liability company at 2000 Powell Street, Suite 600, Emeryville, California 94608 (“LECG”) and Enterprise Research, Inc., a California-based company with a business address of 2000 Powell Street, Suite 510, Emeryville, California 94608 (ERI). AND of H2C and/or its affiliates, it is expected that, with Hygs` help, they will look at the market development aspects of these objectives. 4.4.1 “customer business” refers to the type of transaction in which the client is involved in the project work to be performed, as well as any other application functionality or other related functionality.