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Best Practices: Novel Approaches for Novelty Searching
Ron Kaminecki (BIO) Kaminecki IP LLP
Martha Yates (BIO) Bayer Crop Science
Abstract: When do you know when you have found all novel prior art for an invention?
You probably suspect there may be something lurking behind a specialized source that you just didn’t find though you tried hard to do so. Recall how scary it is to confirm to an inventor that there just isn’t any prior art for the invention, all the while hoping that what you say is still true.
We are going to discuss some novel approaches for novelty searching. Perhaps you need some novel sources. Perhaps you need a novel way of looking at the invention. Perhaps you need a novel way of formulating the query. Please join us for some fun discussion about some ways of expanding your thinking on novelty searching.
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