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Google has been granted a total of 7,618 patents according to data on www. USPatents.gov. This is a hefty number and likely doesn’t include all of the patents Google has applied for over the years. Just to be sure, we estimated that if these patents follow a similar trend to the average bounce rate from Google.com, that there could be up to 2 million different patents with up to 400 million pages worth of content.

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Google Patents is Google's own patent search tool. It draws on patents from more than 100 of the biggest patent offices from around the world, enabling you to search across more than 120 million documents. As such it rivals the EPO's Espacenet for coverage. Full-text patent documents are indexed from 20 of the biggest patent offices. There is an advanced and basic Google Patents search. The search results also bring in materials from Google Scholar, Google Books and Google's Prior Art Archive.

Starting today, you can now search for patents and applications from Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom, Spain, France, Belgium, Russia, the Netherlands, Finland, Denmark, and Luxembourg in Google Patents. If you’re interested in learning more about inventions such as bulldozing devices, wind farming, or how to make rice wine, you can now search for them and many more. (Source: blog.google)

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Google Patents is Google's own patent search tool. It draws on patents from more than 100 of the biggest patent offices from around the world, enabling you to search across more than 120 million documents. As such it rivals the EPO's Espacenet for coverage. Full-text patent documents are indexed from 20 of the biggest patent offices. There is an advanced and basic Google Patents search. The search results also bring in materials from Google Scholar, Google Books and Google's Prior Art Archive.

Like our other patent publications, this new collection has been translated into English using Google Translate so you can search using English keywords or the original language. Our collection also includes scientific papers and books from Google Scholarand Google Books, which have been machine-classified like patents with Cooperative Patent Classification codes for easier discovery. You can learn more in the new help center. (Source: blog.google)

 

 

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