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Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Earth Sciences; Engineering
Engineering Village is an information discovery platform that includes access to Compendex (Computerized Engineering Index), the most comprehensive bibliographic database of scientific and technical engineering research available, covering all engineering disciplines. It includes millions of bibliographic citations and abstracts from thousands of engineering journals and conference proceedings. When combined with the Engineering Index Backfile (1884-1969), Compendex covers well over 120 years of core engineering literature. Users can also search and locate Knovel e-book, journal and conference proceedings on Engineering Village and link through to Knovel for full-text access.
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Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Engineering; Medicine
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1 online resource.
As a result of cooperative effort between the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) and State Intellectual Property Office (SIPO) of the People's Republic of China, Chinese patent documentation is now available for search and retrieval from the USPTO website via the Global Patent Search Network. This tool will enable the user to search Chinese patent documents in the English or Chinese language. The data available include fulltext Chinese patents and machine translations. Also available are full document images of Chinese patents which are considered the authoritative Chinese patent document. Users can search documents including published applications, granted patents and utility models from 1985 to 2012. This collection will be periodically updated to include additional years of coverage.
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Chemistry and Chemical Engineering; Engineering; Medicine
This page is the starting point for the USPTO's free patent databases covering patent grants (full-text since 1976, full-page images since 1790), and patent applications (published since 15 March 2001). Patents issued between 1790 and 1976 are searchable only by patent number and current U.S. classification. Patents issued after 1976 may be searched by any keyword.