Origins of Patent Data Repository
CRIE began as way for professor Shaffer to help a fellow PhD student complete a task he had as a research-assistant.Patent Data
This page is part of the CRIE website that offers insight to the different patent data types.Opportunities To Financially Support CRIE
Willingness and ability to financially support the development of CRIE is always much appreciated, since its development would not be possible without this financial support.Overview of CRIE Services
CRIE has always had the intention of making patent data more accessible for academic use and therefore would like to make a basic version of CRIE's services free for academia. For higher volume query data on patents and quicker turn around on results we offer three different annual fee-based subscriptions to achieve the efficiency you desire.Road Map For CRIE
Provides an overview of the road map and data priorities that include contiguous data processes, longitudinal patent tables, normalization priorities, auxiliary patent data, historic patent data, application patent data, and foreign patent data.