Increasingly complex R&D requires collaboration and exchanging ideas across research areas.
With the explosion of new scientific information scattered around 100s of portals (Pubmed, Google Scholar/Patents, ESPACENET, USPTO, Clinicaltrials.gov, WHO, outdated university websites, Cordis, member directories, event participants, etc.), this is all but easy.
We set out to solve this and are excited our customers love finding insights in minutes instead of spending weeks not finding what they were looking for.
All it takes is a single search to get a quick yet comprehensive overview of all information on your topic. From extensive literature studies to a quick patent search, do it by yourself in no time with a buttery smooth interface and user-friendly filters that brings back in seconds exactly what you are looking for.
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In each category of scientific information, you can extract in seconds the relevant and actionable scientific insights.
Answer your specific R&D questions with data-driven analytics:
All scientific information you find is linked to expert profiles to help you find and evaluate them based on their specific research activities and criteria that matter to you. Oh, and the same for universities and companies!
Use this to identify instantly collaborators or advisors (KOLs, up-and-coming research groups or any expert worldwide) based on their track record on publications, citations, patents, clinical studies, funded projects, experience in collaborating with companies and even based on what they are working on today.
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We update our data constantly so that you can find the latest thing you need. NIH, PubMed, Clinicaltrials.gov, USPTO, university websites, and many more databases.
For example, for CAR-T get an alert for every Review publication in top 10 journals that just gained more than 20 citations with CD3 as key concept.