After 3 packed days of seminars, meetings and expert panels, the IPBC 2012 has drawn to a close for another year, marking the end of a fantastic and successful event for the hosts Intellectual Asset Magazine and all who attended. I was honoured to be asked to speak on one of the panels and where better to partake in such an opportunity than surrounded by global IP leaders in the glorious sunny setting of Cascais, Portugal.
The IPBC (IP Business Congress) is the annual event…Continue
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Hopefully everyone out there is safe and not facing the awful wildfires in Colorado and elsewhere. We take a light look at some fun patents!
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Here is a guide to using EDGAR, the SEC's main database of filings from both US and non-US companies and an important free source of financial data.
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The Eurasian Publication Server, created by the EAPO, allows users to retrieve free PDFs of all versions of Eurasian patent publications.
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Back in November 2010, we looked the Indian Patent Information Retrieval System (IPAIRS), a search portal offered by the Indian Patent Office. IPAIRS Version 2.0 was released in April 2012, so how does this updated portal compare to the old version of the system?
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Neil Bowering, Project Manager, IP Easy Access, University of Glasgow, joins bloggers Stephen Jenei, of Patent Baristas and Mikk Putk of IP Insiders, to discuss Easy Access IP.
Interview by Mikk Putk of IPInsiders…Continue
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Here is a quick round-up of the five most recent changes to the PubMed interface, including a new filter sidebar, support of versioned citations, and more!
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This post profiles how the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) may help prior art searchers locate international non-patent literature.
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Here is a look at a new online search system known as MCPaIRS that offers users full-text access to Indian patent applications and granted patents, as well as legal status information.
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"TEMA® – Technology and Management" is a bibliographic database focused on engineering and technology created by WTI-Frankfurt eG, which covers a variety of international non-patent literature documents.
Added by Joelle Mornini on June 12, 2012 at 10:26am — No Comments
After only 3 years in publication, the IAM 250 has expanded to become the IAM 300; a reflection on the increasing impact of IP strategists globally. The IAM 250 was set up in 2009 by Intellectual Asset Magazine to recognise and reward the leading IP strategists in the industry. The latest publication, released this week, lists the current top 300 IP strategists globally and ClearViewIP is proud to see Jon Calvert, Managing Director, and Colin Hunsley, Commercialisation Director, included…Continue
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Search publications and theses from over 30 universities on the DiVA Portal. Many full-text links are available directly through the system.
Added by Joelle Mornini on June 6, 2012 at 9:21am — No Comments
PatentCore.com recently published detailed enterprise subscription options for its one-of-a-kind, premiere patent examiner data system. Now, law firms, corporations, and other organizations have the opportunity to save money by taking advantage of bulk pricing incentives. Options for customization are also available. For example, a subscribing enterprise has the opportunity to retain the services of the PatentCore team to create a customized interface that shows examiner and other patent…Continue
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Here is a run-down of the features on the upcoming IP Business Intelligence Module for the Orbit.com system, which will include patent mapping and analysis tools to be used on selected patent family data sets.
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