See our new Intellogist® Blog about the Open Public Access Prototype, it's pretty cool and useful stuff! Old documents galore!
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The Intellogist Blog talks about this neat source of free information from the US government!
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Please try: www.patentbuero.com
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The Intellogist Blog looks at the interesting new search technology developed by the Idaho National Laboratory--is this the future of search? Data available for free search includes US Department of Energy patents.
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We keep you up to date by revisiting some of the Fall 2010 changes to chemical data search tool SciFinder. Did you know all the new features you could be taking advantage of in your research?
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Surely the best idea in snow-blocked England is to stay at home and make some gingerbread. Well, a little walk in snow is not bad idea either, but as you might think of flying you better give up ! Decent 4×4 gets you through a bit of snow in South-West, but the North England is another story all together , not to mention Scotland and Wales ! As myself I quite enjoy my bicycle rides in snow ... Anyway , DO NOT LET YOUR XMAS SPIRIT DROP and check out the latest story at…Continue
PATSCAN has published their Bizarre Patent Calendar for 2011. You can download and print it from here.
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Check out Intellogist's most recent blog post about new Chinese coverage in the patent sequence search tool GenomeQuest.
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The Intellogist Blog profiles citation map/tree/visualizations at different search systems. How to use them and the difference between what's out there:
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Intellogist® Blog post about a free and easy way to search university research papers.
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The current land speed record of 763mph belongs to the British - Richard Noble and Andy Green. They have set the mark with their Thrust SSC in 1997. Same team is preparing now the SSC Bloodhound for the new record to break into 1000mph in 2012 !! Crazy, isn’t it to crack the speed of sound ... Want to know more ? Read Estonian Inventor :o)
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The idea introduced on this website is just awesome!
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