Using Search Tools for Market Research: 2021 Intellectual Property Speaker Series
Monday, January 11, 2021 at 1:00pm to 2:00pmVirtual Event
Are you conducting research related to intellectual property? When conducting research related to intellectual property, especially in the areas of patents and market research, there are some tools that you should keep in mind.
In this session, Nick Albaugh, Management and Social Sciences Librarian for Innovation & Entrepreneurship from MIT Libraries, will explain the best tools to use as well as share more about:
- How to conduct a preliminary patent search using subscription-based and freely available tools
- How to find the most relevant market research using specialized resources
- How patent searching can inform market research and vice versa
This session is only open to members of the MIT community. Please register for this event with your MIT email as we'll only be able to provide access to the Zoom session to valid MIT email addresses.
Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/using-search-tools-for-market-research-2021-ip-speaker-series-tickets-133012316419?aff=searchtools2021
This session is part of the "2021 Intellectual Property Speaker Series" co-sponsored by the MIT Technology Licensing Office and MIT Libraries. Please check out our other sessions in this series! http://mit_tlo.eventbrite.com
About the speaker:
Nick Albaugh is the Innovation & Entrepreneurship Librarian and Economics Librarian at the MIT Libraries and provides research assistance and consultations in these areas as well as business and management.