Searchers can't find all relevant prior art online...sometimes they'll need to hunt down a document the old-fashioned way. Here is a round-up of online library directories, so you can find quick contact information for any library you may need to visit.
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In the latest Intellogist Blog post, we look at two free search systems which combine Chinese patent coverage and chemical or genetic sequence search options.
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Learn the art of turkey trademark hunting in the latest Intellogist Blog post!
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We take a look at another tool to help you on your prior art search. Is it for you? Read and find out!
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Here's a guide to federated search portals for scientific data from the Intellogist Blog. Are there any other federated search sites for scientific information that you'd recommend?
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Includes a secret recipe that you can use to make your own homemade Pomade (hair cream)! We honor the late Andy Rooney with a post from our Danny Rooney character on the Intellogist Blog.
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The Intellogist Blog reviews CIPIS, a subscription-based online search and monitoring system for Indian patent applications, granted patents, designs and trademarks.
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The CNKI is one of the best sources I've seen for English-language searching for high-quality Chinese non-patent literature. We review this excellent NPL resource in the latest Intellogist Blog post.
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How would you like to buy a trademark search business…Continue
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The quality of patent filings has fallen dramatically over the past two decades. The rush to protect even minor improvements in products or services is overburdening patent offices. This slows the time to market for true innovations and reduces the potential for breakthrough inventions, according to a new OECD report.
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The Intellogist Blog takes a look at the positives and negatives involved in using Firefox, Chrome, or Internet Explorer for patent searching. Which do you like to use?
Awesome infographic published by MBA Online: The Patent War is Stifling Innovation.
Created by: MBA Online
Related posts:Amazing patent, trademark, copyright infographics…Continue
The Intellogist blog looks at the features of OTI.com, which include both patent search and valuation features, plus feeds of relevant IP news and blog posts.
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In this post, we take a look at two toolbars geared towards IP professionals:IPNetwork's Toolbar and Patent Pal Toolbar.
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Registering your domains and trademarks to protect your business, service or product names is essential for every company. But it's not enough if you do not know how and where it is used. To secure your intellectual property rights you have to monitor also how is your brand name used.
Here are some best free tools that I use to monitor companies and trademarks or any other names.
The latest Intellogist post looks at a free search system for conducting cross-lingual patent searches. Are there any other cross-lingual search systems that you use to locate patent documents in a foreign language?
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The Intellogist Blog takes a look at the new CPC website and looks forward to some of the details that will occur in the next year as the new classification takes shape. Exciting times!
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Here is an in-depth look at the unique semantic search and indexing features of the new Sophia Search Technology.
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