Reports by Packaged Facts (consumer goods), Kalorama Information (health science), Specialists in Business Information, Simba Information (media industry), Executive Summaries, and MarketLook Reports. Jump-Start Guide
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Market research reports, company information, etc., for following industries: nanomaterials, solar, alternative power & energy storage, water, bIofuels & biomaterials, targeted delivery, green building. 4 simultaneous users
- Current GSB faculty, students, and staff: use SUNet ID (First time users need to request an account. Usual turnaround is one week.) From 6/30 to 8/31, current MBA/PhD student access only available via a shared account in Traders Pit. - Others: Access in Traders Pit of the Business Library
Provides financial information on companies, private equity, etc.
Company financials, earning estimates, market data and stock quotes, PE firms, etc. Spreadsheet Link (Excel Add-in) available on designated computers in Traders Pit of the Business Library. 20 simultaneous users Spreadsheet Link User Guide Technical issues? Click on the blue circle i (next to the database name) for more information.
LP Source Basic
Access in Makena Capital Traders Pit of the Business Library
Profiles active limited partners and other investment firms, including investment criteria, allocation targets, preferred industries, fund histories, executives, etc. Jump-Start Guide Previously published: Galante's Venture Capital & Private Equity Directory and Directory of Alternative Investment Programs.
Using information from 41 patent-issuing authorities, DII facilitates rapid, precise patent searching, letting you conduct patent and citation searches of inventions in chemical, electrical, electronic, and mechanical engineering. Updated weekly, covers 1963-present.
Covers over 7 million patents granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Also offers an Advanced Patent Search page, which allows one to search by patent number, title, inventor, date, etc.
In this tutorial developed by Stanford Biodesign you will learn how to use government and other patent searching sites to ensure that your invention meets the specifications needed to file a patent and succeed.