Pamela Scott - SciFinder as an intellectual property tool

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Abstracts of Papers, 222nd ACS National Meeting, Chicago, IL, United

     States, August 26-30, 2001 (2001), CINF-012 Publisher: American Chemical

     Society, Washington, D. C.

  Abstract:

Teaching SciFinder's capabilities as an intellectual property (IP) tool is a new venture for Pfizer, beginning with text & compound searching, alerts, and patent families, culminating with exporting patent nos. to Aurigin's Aureka product.  Our IP curriculum has expanded to bring this incredibly flexible product into the limelight.  The culmination of several features of SciFinder provide not only full-text access, but the extended capability for further anal. & visualization of patent data.  Curriculum and teaching outcomes will be reviewed.

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