PIUG 2015 Northeast Conference Presentations – October 2015
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The Substance of Substances, Anne Gregg, Max Pometun, and Bryan Warner, Dow Chemical Company
Using Patent Information to Support Selection of Nonproprietary Names for Pharmaceuticals: Part 2 – Biologics, A.J. D'Ambra, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
Special Members of Your Patent Families: Non-Convention Equivalents, Brian Sweet, Chemical Abstracts Service
Efficient and Effective Patent Landscaping Using PatBase: a Case Study, Robert Poolman, Minesoft Ltd.
Global Patent Prosecution, Jessica Patterson, United States Patent & Trademark Office
The 5 Golden Rules of Business Requests, Charles J. Brumlik, Nanobiz LLC
Patent Data, Evidence-Based IP Policy Making, and the Importance of Analytics, Arleen Malley Zank, Way Better Patents
Patent Search beyond Boolean, Katya Suvorova, Thomson Reuters
The Patent Landscape and Beyond… Bridging the Gap between Patent Information and “Everything Else”, Terri Sawyer, ProQuest Dialog
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