Catalyst Centre - IP Academy
Conducting a Patent Search—Tools, Resources and Approaches
When: Feb 28, 2013: 9:30-11:30 AM
Where: SCIE 1504
Who Should Attend:
The workshop is planned for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and faculties.
About the Workshop:
Search for prior-art is the primary criteria to establish the novelty and non-obviousness of an invention and hence to determine its patentability. Prior-art will include patents related to an invention. In this workshop you’ll learn about the tools and resources available to do a patent search which teaches or otherwise directly related to your invention(s). On-line demonstrations will also be given on some methodologies specific to your technical field. Please bring your laptop for the session.
Michael White, MLIS, B.A., Librarian for Research Services, Queens University
For registration: http://www.uoguelph.ca/tss/registration/index.cfm?act=view&event_id=2051