Menu
Log in

Patent Information Users Group, Inc.

The International Society for Patent Information Professionals

Log in

Patent Information Users Group, Inc.  The International Society for Patent Information Professionals

  • Home
  • (On-Demand) Best Practices for Patent Searching - Chemical Patent Information
  • Home
  • (On-Demand) Best Practices for Patent Searching - Chemical Patent Information


(On-Demand) Best Practices for Patent Searching - Chemical Patent Information

  • 19 Oct 2022
  • 31 Dec 2024
  • Zoom Webinar
  • 449

Registration


Register

Best Practices for Searching Chemical Patent Information

John Zabilski (BIO)

Chair, PIUG Education Committee

Chemistry is called the central science since it connects physical sciences with life sciences and applied sciences such as medicine and engineering. As such it provides a challenging area to search comprehensively without considering multiple techniques and approaches. Discover resources and techniques particularly suited to cross boundaries and database connections to include pharmaceutical and material applications.

This session covers the fundamentals necessary to search for chemical related information and builds on that information to extend searching into multidisciplinary areas through targeted case studies. Learn best practices in this area taught and used by major organizations and global patent offices and fill in gaps in your practical knowledge to excel in producing comprehensive retrieval of chemical intellectual property.

In this Section:

PIUG - Patent Information User Group, Inc.

Mailing Address:  
40 E. Main St., #1438
Newark, DE  19711

Phone: +1 (302) 660-3275   
Fax: +1 (302) 660-3276
Email: PIUGinfo@piug.org

Webmaster: webmaster@piug.org

Notice on use of PIUG name and logo:  

No one may use the PIUG name or logo for any promotional or commercial purpose or any other purpose without the prior written consent of the PIUG Board of Directors.  

Antitrust Policy | Bylaws  |  Copyright and Disclaimer

© 2023 The Patent Information Users Group, Inc.

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software