The August edition of our series on major upgrades to our platform covers features that further personalise your experience of using PatSnap:
Although PatSnap started as a tool based on patent data, it now solves problems beyond the world of intellectual property (IP)—using data sets beyond the realm of patents.
Welcome back to PatSnap Weekly. This week there have been significant advancements in IP, with a new ruling by the US Supreme Court in Lexmark International v Impression Products. Elsewhere, the world's largest plane has been revealed, with a wingspan larger than a football field.
This week, there have been medical advances with the first ever stem cells produced from human blood, as well as the successful 3D printing of ovaries that have produced healthy mice. Elsewhere, China has broadened its software patent guidelines—could this mean more US software companies filing patents there?
Welcome back to PatSnap Weekly. This week there have been significant technological advancements in medicine from AR goggles for surgeons to battery free implantables.
Welcome back to the first PatSnap Weekly after the bank holiday. Although it’s only been a four day week, a lot has happened with advancements in medicine, tech and IP.
Welcome back to PatSnap Weekly. This week there have been signficant advancements in both cancer and glaucoma detection. Elsewhere, could the Iron Man suit become a reality?
Welcome back to PatSnap Weekly after a great bank holiday weekend. This week has been a veritable glut of medical advances with big steps taken in both dementia and diabetes treatments. Elsewhere, could a new type of tumble dryer be coming?
Welcome to our first PatSnap Weekly of April. Despite plenty of April Fools (none included here), there are still a lot of great developments including driverless buses patrolling the streets of London, a new doomsday vault and breakthrough discoveries into how we create memories.