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Featured Researcher: Demetra

This month’s Featured Researcher is Demetra, an Epidemiologist/Biostatistician from Boston! Demetra has found that her skills in writing computer technical documentation and designing technical block diagrams have been useful when it comes to AOP Research. She enjoys reading non-patent literature related to a patent, and discovering that, for some seemingly new patents, the prior art Read more…

Featured Researcher: Srivi

This month’s Featured Researcher is Srivi, a patent researcher from India. He had 5 years of experience as a patent analyst under his belt before joining AOP. Srivi believes that “understanding the technology in depth,” is a useful skill for AOP research. “Following that, getting to know about the prior art using known references would give an Read more…

Featured Researcher: Smylie

This month’s Featured Researcher is Smylie from New York! Smylie is a Science Editor with a Masters in Biotechnology. She did not have any prior experience with patent research before joining AOP, but that hasn’t stopped her from winning studies. Smylie believes that her “ability to understand a wide range of terminology across many different Read more…

Featured Researcher: Yoshi.Shibata

This month’s Featured Researcher is Yoshi.Shibata, a media technology and patent consultant from Japan!  Yoshi’s background in electronics and previous experience as an engineer in the IT/multimedia fields have proven to be useful in his patent searching. He enjoys being an Article One Researcher because it provides him with “good exercise to brush up on [his] patent search skills.” Read more…

Congratulations to Our 2015 Researchers of the Month!

Congratulations to our Researchers of the Month over the past year! We have had 34 winners from several countries around the world, including China, India, Japan, Ukraine, and South Korea. We are honored to work with all of you! The AOP Community Team will ship the first batch of Researcher of the Month tote bags within the next Read more…

Featured Researcher: Timosha

This month’s Featured Researcher is Timosha, a 3D Visualization Artist from the Ukraine!  Although Timosha has had no prior experience with patent research, she has found that “understanding the most important features of the particular study” have helped her greatly in her research. Additionally, Timosha’s language skills in English, Russian, and Ukrainian allow her to Read more…

Featured Researcher: Morgan2357

This month’s Featured Researcher is Morgan2357, a technical specialist at a patent law firm from Alexandria, VA. Morgan2357 started in patent law as a patent searcher before discovering Article One Partners. He found that his “knowledge of the patent classification system and years of experience in picking and choosing appropriate keywords” has been useful in their research. “Non-patent Read more…

What’s On My Desk: Researcher Mrisch

Our “What’s On My Desk” series  provides a behind-the-scenes view of our team members’ and Researchers’ workspaces. We want to see where you get your research inspiration!   Our latest “What’s On My Desk” post was written by Researcher MRisch: My desk is basically my laptop, and now my Surface tablet. I’ve been a researcher at Article One Read more…

What’s On My Desk: Researcher Emergencykayak

Our “What’s On My Desk” series  provides a behind-the-scenes view of our team members’ and Researchers’ workspaces. We want to see where you get your research inspiration!   Our latest “What’s On My Desk” post was written by Researcher Emergencykayak: I have about a thousand little projects in various states of completion.  Everything on my desk has a Read more…

What’s On My Desk: Sr. Director, Strategic Client Solutions

“My AOP”, a new social media initiative for our Community, offers Researchers and AOP Team members an opportunity to share their AOP experiences.  To kick off “My AOP,” we’re debuting a blog post series called “What’s On My Desk” – the series provides a behind-the-scenes view of our team members’ and Researchers’ workspaces. We want to see Read more…


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