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IP Australia: Searchable database of Australian patents dating back to 1904. The full text of patent applications is available via the AusPat database, managed by IP Australia, the Australian Government agency that administers intellectual property (IP) rights and legislation relating to patents, trade marks, designs and plant breeder's right
European Patent Office: Espacenet offers free access to more than 70 million patent documents worldwide, containing information about inventions and technical developments from 1836 to today. Includes full text of patents plus translation facility.
World Intellectual Property Organsization: The PATENTSCOPE database provides access to international Patent Cooperation Treaty applications in full text format on the day of publication. The information may be searched by entering keywords, names of applicants, international patent classification and many other search criteria in multiple languages. Approximately 30 million patent documents from paticipating countries are included, as well as patent applications.
RMIT Publishing: A bibliographic database of journal articles, conference papers, and other documents about issues in intellectual property. It provides a knowledge base to support policy, awareness and research in intellectual property matters. Source documents: Content is gathered from journals in IP Australia Library's collections, with further reference to other journals, conference papers, book chapters and electronic documents, as appropriate. Subject coverage: SNIPER provides information relating to IP Australia's core business areas, namely patents, trade marks and designs. SNIPER also includes other topics that impact on IP Australia's business, especially related intellectual property matters such as copyright, plant breeder's rights and domain names. These related matters are included if they relate to significant Australian or international trends and developments, or if they are significant to the field of intellectual property as a whole.
IP Australia: A database indexing published intellectual property literature, created by IP Australia's Office of the Chief Economist. SNIPER provides an ongoing knowledge base that supports policy, research and awareness of intellectual property matters. SNIPER consists mainly of journal articles gathered from IP Australia Library's collections as well as material of interest within the intellectual property subject area. This may include (but is not limited to): print and electronic journal articles, reports, working and research papers, electronic documents, book chapters, conference papers, audio-visual recordings.
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