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What’s New

June 2016

Latest New STN Release Now Available

December 2015

Latest Release of New STN Enhances Search Functionality, Workflow and Efficiency

Press Releases

November 2015

FIZ Karlsruhe and Thomson Reuters Advance Chemical Structure Patent Search

August 2015

New STN® Breaks Ground with Markush Structure Search and Enhanced Content for Intellectual Property Exploration and Research

Mentions

Im chemischen Strukturraum
T. Stengel, A. Barth, H. Kraut, P. Löw in Nachrichten aus der Chemie, Juni 2016

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New STN – Remaking a Classic While Keeping the Classic
Online Searcher Magazine,
March/April 2016

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First Look - New STN - Big Data Creates Chemistry Without Limits
Anthony Trippe’s blog entry, Patinformatics, LLC, August 17, 2013

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STN Version One: New Searching Platform Under Development
Information Today, Inc., January 24, 2013

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New STN in 5 minutes

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(Specific and generic) Structure Searching for β2 Adrenergic Receptor Agonists

M. Cudaj

With the release of DWPIM at the end of 2015, the Derwent Markush Resource from Clarivate Analytics and MARPAT® from CAS are now together on a single platform, making new STN the first and only unified Markush solution available.
Combined with specific structure databases CAS REGISTRY℠, DWPI℠ Chemistry Resource (DCR), and their bibliographic counterparts, new STN is the most complete solution for chemical patent searches.
A best practice search example for patents about Adrenergic Receptor Agonists explains how to make use of the most important tools and features when searching for specific and generic structures on new STN.

Running time: 13 minutes
Created: March 2016

Biomedical Databases: Ebola epidemic in Africa
Biomedical Databases: Ebola epidemic in Africa

M. Cudaj

In the January 2015 release, new STN has added the premier biomedical databases MEDLINE, BIOSIS and EMBASE to deliver essential scientific content and broaden the scope of search activities. All three databases are equipped with well-known thesauri which help finding relevant terms. Their auto suggest feature fills in terms that are actually in the thesaurus when being typed in by the user. A best practice search example for literature about Ebola in Africa explains how to make use of the most important tools and features when searching in biomedical databases on new STN.

Running time: 11 minutes
Created: March 2015

Creating and managing Term Lists: Insulating materials
Creating and managing Term Lists: Insulating materials

M. Cudaj

The recently added new STN option of creating Term Lists delivers versatile possibilities for conducting sophisticated and on multiple files based searches. This video explains how to make use of the new tool when, e.g. transferring results from one file to another or when extracting lists of chemical names to be searched for in a value-added database. All new functionalities are presented using the example of polyisocyanurates (PIR).

Running time: 9 minutes
Created: June 2014

The Extended Patent Family
The Extended Patent Family

J. Baur

The Extended Patent Family Feature of new STN gives patent searchers a clear overview of the global patent protection of a specific invention and adds valuable database specific information. This new STN video tutorial exemplifies this feature and highlights key aspects, based on an initial patent assignee/technology search.
 
Running time: 6 minutes
Created: June 2014

Natural Products: β-Lactam-antibiotics
Natural Products: β-Lactam-antibiotics

M. Cudaj

Structure searching for natural products with common frameworks like ß-lactam antibiotics can be easily conducted in the new STN platform. New STN provides the value-added databases CAplus and Derwent World Patents Index (DWPI), and their corresponding resources for chemical names and structures, REGISTRY and the Derwent Chemistry Resource (DCR).  This short session uses a structure search example to demonstrate the content and advantages of CAplus, DWPI, REGISTRY and DCR within new STN. Both the REFX and SUBX operators are reviewed, showing how to retrieve all references for a certain chemical substance, and vice versa. This session also covers the features and benefits of Filters to help refine search results, and the Term Explorer to efficiently identify and search thesaurus keywords and synonyms from the CAS Lexicon.

Running time: 9 minutes
Created: April 2014