Historic Patent Data
Using Tesserac, we are developing parsing algorithms to OCR and harvest key variables useful for academic studies of innovation and entrepreneurship.An overview of Road Map and data priorities
Crie holds data for contigious data processes, longitudal patent tables, normalization priorities, historic patent data, and more.Exective Leadership
The reliability of any kind of data website is of utmost importance. CRIE is lead and maintained by members of the Eller College of Management at the University of Arizona. The Dean, Len Jessup, and Professor of Marketing, Robert Lusch, are the Executive Leadership team for the CRIE project.A Brief History of CRIE and the Patent Data Repository
Commercialization Research on Innovation in Entrepreneurship (CRIE) began as a brainchild in the mind of PhD student Monte Shaffer, who sought an easier and more expedient way to organize patent data in one place.Patent Data on CRIE.org
CRIE.org organizes and streamlines all Patent Data that it has to make it easier for people to use for academic purposes.