Michael White, MLIS, B.A., Librarian for Research Services, Queens University will be conducting a session titled: Conducting a Patent SearchSearch 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. (Charge stations may not be available).
The workshop is planned for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows and faculties.
To register, visit www.uoguelph.ca/tss/registration/.
This workshop forms part of the Guelph IP Academy IP Learning Series—Dialogue and Discussions hosted by the Catalyst Centre in collaboration with the University’s Research Enterprise & Scholarly Communications Team at the Library.
- If you would like to discuss ways that we can support your research, please contact one of the librarians on the Research Enterprise and Scholarly Communication Team, Library (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Posted by K. Jane