PIUG 2010 Northeast Conference
Monday, October 11 to Friday, October 15, 2011
Hyatt Regency New Brunswick
PIUG 2010 Northeast Conference Papers – October 2010
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Integrating Patent Analysis with R&D and Business Analyses to Forecast Innovation Prospects: Nano-enhanced Solar Cells, Alan Porter and Ying Guo, Technology Policy & Assessment Center, Georgia Tech
Your Patent May Be Valuable but How Much is it Worth?, Anthony Trippe, 3LP Advisors
Freedom to Operate: Some Best Practices, Don Walter, Thomson Reuters
How to use Inherent Anticipation to Break a Patent, David Gange, Chemistry Patent Search
Patents in Business Development, James C. Calkins, Sanofi-Aventis
Patent Search Report Documentation: Quality Checklist, Matt Fornwalt, STN
Expanding the Scope of Structure Searches, Kimberly Miller, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research
All About Biofuels: Patent Activity And Retrieval Strategies For Bioethanol, Biodiesel And Renewable Diesel in US Patents, Susan Taylor, IFI Patent Intelligence, Wolters Kluwer
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