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Patent literature is a unique and valuable source of scientific information. This resource facilitates rapid, precise patent searching, letting you conduct patent and citation searches of inventions ...

Patent literature is a unique and valuable source of scientific information. This resource facilitates rapid, precise patent searching, letting you conduct patent and citation searches of inventions in chemical, electrical, electronic, and mechanical engineering.

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    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT NOT JUST FOR THE INVENTOR: ESSENTIAL SCIENTIFIC AWARENESS FOR THE RESEARCHER
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT Along with journals and conference proceedings, patents should be considered a f fundamental component of the world’s body of published scientific literature. 2
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT 1966 “Dr. Bardeen stressed the absurd waste of valuable technological information available in U.S. patents. Bardeen implied that academic neglect of the patent literature, in contrast to journals and books, is an unjustifiable form of snobbism.” – Science, v156, n3780, 1967 j Dr. John Bardeen • Two-time Nobel prize-winner (physics) • 133rd Meeting of the American Association for the g Advancement of Science (AAAS) - Washington D.C. • Symposium: “The Place of Information Retrieval and Scientific Communication in the Education of the Scientist” 3
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT 2002 “Like any true royal, a noble scientific finding has two kinds of offspring. There are the legitimate children, the groundbreaking papers published in prestigious journals papers, in glossy print and with beautiful graphics. And there are the somehow illegitimate family members, the shadow- like t t lik patents: products of the dark commercial side of a d t f th d k i l id f researcher’s brain…That is at least what most academic researchers still feel about patents.” p Dr. Ralf Blossey Research Director, CNRS Biological Nanosystems Group Interdisciplinary Research Institute Lille, France “Read patents, not just papers” NATURE MATERIALS 1 (4): 199-201 DEC 2002 4
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT 2002 “...an awareness of the patent literature can help academics formulate research questions, find new sources of funding, and most importantly remain in touch with the commercial world and so appreciate when their results are marketable ” marketable.” Dr. Ralf Blossey Research Director, CNRS Biological Nanosystems Group Interdisciplinary Research Institute Lille, France “Read patents, not just papers” NATURE MATERIALS 1 (4): 199-201 DEC 2002 5
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT 2009 “A unique and valuable source of scientific and technical information, patent literature is often overlooked and underutilized b researchers and i f d tili d by h d information ti professionals. This is understandable, given that until recently it was difficult for everyone to access patent information.” Introduction, “Conference on Recent Trends in Patinformatics” Sponsors: Society for Information Science (India), Council of Industrial and Scientific Research (India) 6
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT Designed to be used like any bibliographic database, Derwent Innovations Index looks and works much the same as Web of Science. 7
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT Derwent Innovations Index – Two data sources combined to provide a unique resource resource. Derwent World Patents Index + Derwent Patents Citation Index • Derwent provides Expert Descriptive Indexing of Patents • Coverage of 41 world patent-issuing authorities • 18.5 million inventions accounting for over 40 million p g patents • Coverage depth back to 1963, updated weekly • Provides both general key-term and cited patent searching • Simultaneously searchable with other Web of Knowledge resources, such as Web of Science – enabling one to search against patent, journal, and conference literature at once 8
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT 9
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT Derwent Innovation Index Derwent Innovation Index Web of Science Web of Science Web of Science CAB Abstracts 10
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT The key – tremendous value-add information. Within the bibliographic record Derwent experts provide great detail on the nature of the patent, descriptive titles and structured abstracts, presented in a well-organized overview. 11
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT Link to important cited and citing information. information Web of Science + Derwent Innovations Index = Integrated Resources 12
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT Link to Full Text Patents. 13
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT Within Der ent Derwent Innovations Index take advantage of revealing Analysis tools, the same as found in Web of Science and all Web of Knowledge platform databases. Gain Insight! 14
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT • Patents: Importance as a Scientific Resource – Patent literature is the largest single body of technical information available anywhere. – A patent g p gives full disclosure of all details of an invention: descriptions, drawings, diagrams, chemical structures, genetic sequences, etc. – A patent is often the first place scientific and technical information is reported – key Current Awareness Value – A great volume of the information reported in patents is unavailable elsewhere elsewhere. 15
    • WEB OF KNOWLEDGE PATENT CONTENT • Information within patent literature should never be overlooked in the course of the research process Derwent Innovations Index makes this possible! 16
    • THANK YOU 17