Get the most relevant results for biobased products development
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to bio-based R&D success
Elsevier BioSource arms you with a search functionality and content library tailored to improve information discovery for bio-based product development. Increased control of search results, reduced risk of missing references buried within long articles and improved visibility of research performed in other scientific disciplines ensures that you can navigate the scientific and competitive landscape efficiently.
Run fewer searches
Elsevier BioSource leverages an expertly curated taxonomy that broadens searches by including synonyms and other narrow terms to your search query. This ensures that you spend less time performing information discovery with the confidence that you have found the most relevant research results in your first search query.
Our comprehensive content library includes:
- Over 1,000 full-text Elsevier journal titles;
- 2,300 eBooks on a variety of subjects spanning the complete bio-based domain, such as genetic engineering, chemical engineering, process upscaling and alternative energy regulation and policy
- Over 9,000 journal titles from more than 1,500 international publishers, including ACS, Nature, Wiley-Blackwell, Springer, Cell Press and Science Press
- Over 130,000 (technical) reports, white papers, conference publications etc. of the US Department of Energy (DOE)
- 17 years of patent backfiles from 4 major patent offices: USPTO, WIPO, JPO and the EPO
- The site is updated weekly and contains records from 1996-present
Improve business competitiveness through better scientific and patent intelligence
Elsevier BioSource's library includes 17 years of patent backfiles from major regional patent centers helping you to stay vigilant on the evolving patent landscape. Our patent information can be used in combination with feedstock, technology and company names to answer the following competitive questions:
- What patents have our competitors and/or potential partners filed? Been granted?
- What IP footprints exist for specific technology/feedstock combinations?
- What areas of bio-based research are unpatented? Where can I find whitespace for untapped opportunities?