Database of Patents
Kazpatent – is the national intellectual property institute. The materials of the base are patents for inventions registered in the territory of Kazakhstan. Information about authors, publication dates and descriptions of inventions is available for viewing and review.
FIPS – Federal Institute of Industrial Property.
VINITI RAS – All-Russian Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of the Russian Academy of Sciences.
The database (DB) of VINITI RAS is a federal database of domestic and foreign publications on natural, exact and technical sciences, generated since 1981, updated monthly, replenishment is more than 600,000 documents per year. The database includes 26 thematic fragments, consisting of more than 190 sections.
ICSTI – International Center for Scientific and Technical Information.
Operational information is prepared on the basis of regular searches in patent databases of the Federal Institute of Industrial Property (FIPS) and foreign patent databases on the thematic profile of the consumer.
Frequency of searches and provision of information – 3 times a month.
GPNTB – State Public Scientific and Technical Library. The base materials are dissertation abstracts, algorithms and programs, electronic catalogs; catalogs of the Russian National Public Library for Science and Technology, the Russian Consolidated Catalog of Scientific and Technical Literature.
WIPO – World Intellectual Property Organization.
The base materials are international copyrights, patents, trademarks, industrial designs.
Through the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) website, you can search for patent documents: Japan, Canada, USA, European Patent Organization (EPO), France, India, China, Latin American countries and PCT applications. Also available are databases for international trademarks, industrial designs and databases of patent-associated literature (JOPAL).
ESPACENET – is a free online service for searching patents and patent applications. Espacenet was developed by the European Patent Office.
Through the website of the European Patent Organization, you can search for patent documents:
European Patent Organization (EPO), World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO), Japan, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain, Sweden , Switzerland, England
With its worldwide reach and search capabilities, Espacenet offers free access to information on inventions and technical developments from 1782 to the present day.
USSR patent database
Base of patents of the USSR.
The materials of the base are copyright certificates and patents for inventions published during the time of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics.
Here you will find descriptions, models and drawings of various devices, mechanisms, fixtures. As well as many ways and methods of obtaining, manufacturing and manufacturing products, preparations, materials and much more.
This is a museum, a kind of wikipedia for Soviet patents, created for the memory and residents of the former USSR.
USPTO – US Patent and Trademark Office US Patent and Trademark Office.
United States Patent and Trademark Office –– USPTO ––
grants free access to US patents published 1976 to present.
The main page of the site contains hyperlinks to three search forms:
Quick Search – for the simplest tasks.
Advanced Search – for tasks of any complexity.
Patent Number Search – only for retrieving a patent by its registration number.
Search engine Yandex. The base materials are patents.
Search engine Google. The base materials are patents.