EBI Medline, one of the most important literature search service in biology, is now integrated in ipxnase.net. The query constructions are the same for the search for EPO. Any feedback is welcome :)
Added by Chi Chen on January 24, 2010 at 7:08pm —
As I realize that patent searches are usually a bit more complicated than just searching for a name or an IPC number, I have started a (long overdue) online help file for IPEXL patent search
. I hope it is of use to our users. The first article is on how to use search syntax in our site; and can be viewed at the following address:…
Added by Mark Ashworth on January 21, 2010 at 10:07am —
I recently received an email for the admin department of Boliven (http://www.boliven.com/
) that they are going to close there website during this week.
To me, it was a fantastic website. I often used it for my patent analysis as there were few a very interesting tools in it . The coverage of the database was also quite comprehensive and personally i really like the auto generation of flash graphs.
Moreover, it was a good website for… Continue
Added by Bikramjit Singh on January 19, 2010 at 7:00am —
Artists and art groups who sign up for a free listing in the ArtChain.com art directory
can place a free pop-up copyright notice on their own websites.
For information, visit www.artchain.com/copyright_popup.html
For an example of the copyright notice, visit www.couling.com
and click the… Continue
Added by ArtChain on January 12, 2010 at 5:39pm —
In light of patent violation by Microsoft, today US court has ordered the software giant to stop selling of MS word 2007. Earlier in June - 2009, i4i Inc, a Canadian software company, sued Microsoft for infringing on its patents. Patents were broadly related to encryption technology on which MS word was found to be infringing.
Now, suit has swung in favor of i4i, court has ordered defendant to pay $290 m before start selling its product.
But the happy news is, the much… Continue
Added by Bikramjit Singh on December 23, 2009 at 2:30am —
5 IP offices project started in 2008. This project unites the efforts of 5 patent offices, the European Patent Office, United States Patent and Trademark Office, the Japanese Patent Office, Korean Patent Office and Patent Office of China.
The project aims to harmonize procedures for the granting of patents and facilitating access to patent information and documentation. Basis for implementation of this objective, agencies will use the PCT system.
The main elements underlying the… Continue
Added by Intellectual Property Planet on December 19, 2009 at 7:13am —
The regional public organization « Guild of patent attorneys, paralegals and patent counsels » was created on 1st October, 2009. «The guild of patent attorneys» is a noncommercial organization and is created with a view of association of patent attorneys, paralegals and patent counsels for protection of general laws and legitimate interests, and as for assistance of professional work of patent attorneys, paralegals and patent counsels.
The activity purposes «Guild of patent attorneys,… Continue
Added by leonov alexandr on December 15, 2009 at 4:56am —
We have just written a first version of a white paper for our search engine.
The paper outlines the coverage, update schedule, features, overview of our basic ranking algorithm, road map for 2010 etc etc etc. Check it out by downloading the (fairly huge 2mb) PDF file at the following address:…
Added by Mark Ashworth on December 11, 2009 at 2:55am —
, a project based on the successful Peer-to-Patent
project run out of the New York Law School (NYLS)
in the United States, launches December 9. The project, run by… Continue
Added by Mikk Putk on December 9, 2009 at 1:00am —
It has been just a month or two since Window 7 was launched. So adj1 (much hyped OR much awaited) , this latest windows was out on October 22 this year.
"Too slow" was my personnel issue with windows vista so hence, I was also looking for the launch day too. I must say many thanks to Abhinav Goyal who helped me in installation ( in fact he did it ). And now I am very happy.
Anyhow, let me not derail from the topic. :-)
I think, Microsoft people must be enjoying… Continue
Added by Bikramjit Singh on December 4, 2009 at 12:49am —
The below table contains our patent coverage (as of 3rd December 2009).
Updates on IPEXL.com
's search index are made once a week, every Sunday.
Do keep checking our website
every day for new features. Your feedback on the site is also welcomed, as IPEXL patent search is made by patent searchers for patent… Continue
Added by Mark Ashworth on December 3, 2009 at 3:06am —
Here is our first poll!
There are tens of great patent search tools. Which one is your favorite? Vote for your favorite patent search tool here:
Top patent search tools
You can also place this poll on your website or blog as a widget. The code is available… Continue
Added by Mikk Putk on December 2, 2009 at 3:34am —
Recently, I found this patent very interesting and thought to share it with you.
Here is the reference:
PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To provide a means for detecting alcohol in expiration of a driver with the driver almost unaware of the detecting operation when the driver is about to start a vehicle
, enabling the driver to start the vehicle when alcohol is not detected, making the driver select stop of driving or measurement of the alcohol amount when alcohol is… Continue
Added by Bikramjit Singh on December 2, 2009 at 1:56am —
Google Patents, as well as arXiv (http://arxiv.org
, Open access to 572,135 e-prints in Physics, Mathematics, Computer Science, Quantitative Biology, Quantitative Finance and Statistics) are now integrated in ipxnase.net/index.html
. The query constructions are the same for the search for EPO, and the service would translate the query automatically into the suitable one for… Continue
Added by Chi Chen on November 22, 2009 at 5:00am —
Who says you cannot send the signal more than the speed of light !!
Mr. David Strom has already done it in 1998 and successfully got a patent from USPTO too.
Still can’t believe it ?
Then read the following claim of of the invention:
1. A method to transmit and receive electromagnetic waves comprising:
generating opposing magnetic fields each having a plane of maximum force running perpendicular to a longitudinal axis of the… Continue
Added by Bikramjit Singh on November 22, 2009 at 5:00am —
What's new on IPNetwork?
New pages, tools and widgets
is the best way to share and rate what's interesting online. Submit, rate and discuss all the new and interesting links. The result is a source of all the best news and content from around the… Continue
Added by Mikk Putk on November 21, 2009 at 5:15am —
The law of Copyright has been around since Queen Anne, 1710. Yet it seems to be a bit loose in these days. How come ? As I 've just heard from the BBC ‘Click’, Google is aiming for the biggest online library in the World ! Unfortunately they do not ... Well, this topic is hot and getting even hotter ! Read more from www.estinventor.com
Added by Leo Siemann on November 19, 2009 at 4:23am —
Query translation in ipxnase.net now supports bulk of languages with auto-detecting. For instance, queries in French, German, Chinese, Japanese, Spanish, Portuguese, or Hindi, etc. can be translated into English. If you have any trouble, feel free to inform me.
Updated 11/18: Due to the technical problem, I have to restore the service to the previous states without the support mentioned above for a while. Sorry for the… Continue
Added by Chi Chen on November 19, 2009 at 2:00am —
Great news from IPEXL
, we're pleased to launch yet another new feature. Ability to display the results in order of our own in-house ranking algorithm.
Now users can search for patents and have those higher ranked patents, out of the search results, come to the top of the search results list. Which is very useful for finding those 'more active' patents in the search results.
We have rankings from 0.5 to 5, where 5 is the… Continue
Added by Mark Ashworth on November 12, 2009 at 6:01am —
The newer version of ipxnase.net is now in beta stage. The manual is showed by the fig:
You may have a look by this link
. Any feedback would be appreciated :)
Added by Chi Chen on November 8, 2009 at 1:50am —