We're here with some fun for you as you get ready for Halloween--check out these not so spooky vampire design patents!
Are you haunted by the death of your favorite search system? Here is a cemetery of dead search systems for you to explore...just beware the ghost of DataStar.
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How do IP professionals celebrate Halloween? With a David Kapp-o'-Lantern, of course!
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Don’t you wish you had a way to be able to see the entire history of each claim within a patent prosecution history without having to manually prepare all of that work yourself?
The Claims Matrix tab within the Patent…Continue
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Have you ever wanted to get away? Really far away? We show you some of the patents related to NASA space travel to Mars, in this scientific and whimsical post!
Added by Chris Jagalla on October 20, 2011 at 3:19pm — No Comments
Each three months AGIP will be presenting an online quiz to test your knowledge of trademark logo.
Please take a few minutes to complete this quiz and submit your answers here One winner will be selected randomly from all correct answers, and win Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Laptop (TAGITOP).
This quiz will start on September 15, 2011 till December 14, 2011.
We discuss what this means for the future of prior art search using Google...it's good news. More results for non-English speakers and finally a secure environment by default for Google users!
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In the latest Intellogist blog post, the new Ipsum search platform is compared to public USPTO PAIR. Do you know of any other free file history and legal status search tools?
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Where can you find free pharmaceutical information that supports structure searching and genetic sequence searching? DrugBank offers a wide range of options for searching its detailed drug records, which we review in the latest Intellogist post.
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Over at the Intellogist Blog we take a look at a couple of
Are they enough to get your attention and back to using Google Patent? Did you ever leave?
Thanks for reading!
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Have you heard about Surf-IP shutting down? Read about this surprising closure and other IP and search news in the latest Intellogist Blog post.
Added by Joelle Mornini on October 11, 2011 at 10:29am — No Comments
We lay out the basics of searching for subsidiaries and corporate trees in a way you can understand--with help from Val Kilmer and Wilmer Valderrama (in a way)!
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We take a look back at PATINEX 2011 to learn some lessons about the future of the USPTO from US CAFC Chief Judge Randall R. Judge Rader and USPTO Deputy Director Teresa Stanek Rea-increased hiring and some interesting best practices going forward!
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This post on the Intellogist Blog describes free websites where users can search for genetic data in non-patent literature documents.
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