Patent Information Users Group, Inc.
The International Society for Patent Information Professionals
Monday, February 27 and Tuesday, February 28, 2017
Embassy Suites - Boston Logan Airport
207 Porter Street
Boston, Massachusetts 02128
Now in its eleventh year, the PIUG Biotechnology Conference focuses on best practices for patent information professionals who specialize in biotechnology search and analysis. Within a changing business environment, patent searchers continue to provide value to companies and clients by maintaining contemporary knowledge of resources, technologies and industry trends.
The program committee is interested in:
Also, as always, we would be interested in presentations about a specific search scenario with the strategy described, databases used, results identified, or other tips and tricks.
These guidelines are meant to inspire but not limit topic selection - all topics related to biotechnology patent information research will be considered.
If you are interested in submitting a paper but need extra time to obtain your management approval, please let us know by the October 28, 2016, deadline and, if possible, provide the topic title and a few sentences that we can consider in the interim.
Further news about the program and updates regarding the conference will be posted on the PIUG Discussion Forum (PIUG-DF) and on the upcoming PIUG 2017 Biotechnology Conference web page.
Thank you for your consideration. We look forward to seeing you at the PIUG 2017 Biotechnology Conference!
The PIUG 2017 Biotechnology Program Committee
Co-Chairs: Greg Roland and Leah Sandvoss
PIUG 2017 Biotechnology Planning Committee Chair
PIUG 2017 Biotechnology Workshop Chair
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