Semantic search solves problems for expert patent searching professionals and intermittent searchers alike. Our latest article discusses how it can complement searches done by both type of users.
String Bio-Innovation Profile bring you a brief analysis on start-up String Bio working on revolutionizing how methane can be converted to a sustainable source of food. Patent insights on String Bio were generated using PatSeer research platform.
Infographics on Standard Essential Patents (SEP) give an overview of Patenting Trends, Top Standard Setting Organizations (SSO), Top companies, and technologies for rapidly developing fields such as telecommunications, semiconductors, electronics, etc.
5 things a Patentability Search Report must contain this article discusses some best practices for a patentability search report to convey the information in a concise, clear, and accurate manner. It is in no way an exhaustive step-by-step list but a navigational aid to point patent searchers in the right direction.
A Commercial patent database benefits different stakeholders throughout the patent innovation cycle. Our latest article on "Here’s why you should invest in a Commercial Patent Database" discusses why investing in one is a smart decision to make.
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A patent searcher’s role is to quickly and effectively find the matching prior art (both patent and non-patent literature) relevant to the invention under study. This article on '14 Common Mistakes that you may be making in your Patent Searches' highlight some of the common mistakes a patent searcher may make when conducting prior art searches.
In this guest post - Should you Copyright a Software or Patent it? explains about the importance of protecting your software, either by copyright or patent or both.
Why are Freedom to Operate (FTO) Searches Important and When to Conduct One! This article on FTO search explores what an FTO entails when and why you need to do it? The FTO search involves searching of In-force patents, active pending applications as well as lapsed patents in jurisdictions of interest to determine where the technology may be used freely without allegations of infringement or need of licensing.
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