Pete’s Technology, Search & Patent Blog
These articles are intended to reflect the knowledge, experience and wisdom I have gained as an independent inventor who has searched the internet for technology and legal information for the last 25 years. I am the sole inventor of seven US patents, many filed before the web browser was invented. I write from the perspective of an inventor and businessman who was a plaintiff in seven US Patent litigations from 2004 to 2014, As a result, I have licensed my technology to 18 US Telecommunications manufacturers.
I am not a lawyer and these blogs do not give legal advice. These articles do offer my personal perspective on various technology, patent and legal search issues.
Category: Patent Search
July 7 2020 - Government Information | Patent Search | University Research
Save time – Accelerate your Commercialization Process This new WPI Quickstart your Commercialization includes Multiple tabs to speed your Project Description: Key Sentences Tab and where each input text sentence is Scored using the sum of the keyword Confidence Values for words appearing in each sentence. Increasing or decreasing the Sentence Score Threshold will […]Read More
April 4 2020 - Patent Search
Espacenet CPC Class Search Site: Example search for carbon fiber fuel tank The USPTO and many universities, including UT Austin, suggest you identify important keywords by “Brainstorming” your idea for related terms. Then, you go to the USPTO Classification query page and enter the keywords. (For more details on the UT Austin and USPTO process, […]Read More
January 20 2020 - Government Information | Patent Search | University Library
Paste or Type in up to 5000 words of text! This intuitive, single-line Quickstart Search allows your users to easily search important Public, Patent, and US Governments Databases listed in your LibGuides – Including those not searched by your Library’s Catalog or Discovery services. BENEFITS of this Embedded Quickstart Search include:Read More
November 18 2017 - Patent Search | Public Library | Snapshot Report | Technology Transfer | University Library
A Poorly Written Idea Description Delays your Licensing Revenue! Two steps you can take in less than 15 minutes to encourage a faculty or staff member to improve their invention description to avoid future patent problems: Todd Keiller, Director of the WPI IP & Innovation (IPI) Office, says that these two steps typically take less […]Read More
October 14 2017 - Patent Search | Technology Transfer
Intellectual Property & Innovation The Office of Intellectual Property & Innovation (IPI) at WPI identifies, evaluates, values, protects, classifies, markets, and licenses the intellectual property assets developed by WPI researchers and other significant users of WPI resources. The office maintains close working relationships with faculty and staff researchers, manages the patented technologies database, and facilitates […]Read More
August 25 2017 - Patent Search | Public Library | Search Beyond Google | University Library | University Research
Kick Start Your Description to Discover Effective Search Terms – Then Simultaneously Query Multiple Databases. How many of you start your search project by entering a single keyword? If you answered yes to this question, then you are wasting significant time in identifying keywords to locate the most relevant documents for your research success. Even […]Read More