How Net Zero Energy Research Translates into Real-World Applications

January 7, 2022

How Net Zero Energy Research Translates into Real-World Applications

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How can research and innovation intelligence contribute to a more sustainable future? Big data analysis in research and innovation can provide valuable insights into the impact of sustainable technological developments. We see this value on display in the unprecedented mapping of scientific publications and patent data to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals with LexisNexis® PatentSight®. These insights enable the identification of emerging trends and provide companies, research institutes, and governments the ability to more effectively identify potential opportunities in sustainable research and innovation.

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Late in 2021 LexisNexis® Intellectual Property Solutions launched an innovative extension to its leading Intellectual Property analytics solution, LexisNexis® PatentSight®, that makes sustainable-focused innovation identifiable, searchable, and trackable through mapping the global patent system to the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs). This new, objective measure gives organizations globally an unparalleled view into the global innovation landscape while revealing opportunities in sustainable technology.

Want to understand how you can better track your sustainable investments? Watch our on-demand webinar, How to Track and Measure Sustainable Innovation

With LexisNexis Intellectual Property Solutions, you benefit from a highly transparent scientific approach to patent data analysis. Forget opaque algorithms and analytics ‘black boxes’, we can show you exactly how we reached at our insights. Patent analytics solution, PatentSight®, is built on the foundation of ground-breaking validated research, which is often cited in leading scientific publications.

Brought together in the patent value indicator, the Patent Asset Index™, this objective approach to assessing patent quality and benchmarking patent portfolios has become a de facto standard in measuring portfolio strength.

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