WIPO Knowledge Centre
The Trinidad and Tobago Intellectual Library
The Intellectual Property Library of Trinidad and Tobago was established in December 2017 by the Intellectual Property Office of Trinidad and Tobago (IPO). It provides the resources necessary for education in intellectual property and innovation.
Intellectual Property Help Desk Service
The Alma Jordan Library in conjunction with the Trinidad and Tobago Intellectual Property Office has developed a Help Desk. The Alma Jordan Library (AJL) Intellectual Property (IP) Help Desk enables the entire UWI community to have ease of access to education, information, training and advisory services in the field of Intellectual Property (IP).
Free Patent Databases:
The PATENTSCOPE database provides access to international Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT) applications in full text format on the day of publication, as well as to patent documents of participating national and regional patent offices.
Google Patents is a search engine from Google that indexes patents and patent applications.
Lens serves global patent and scholarly knowledge as a public good to inform science and technology enabled problem solving.
Patent database provided by the European Patent Office with free access to over 160 million patent documents.
WIPO Match is a free online tool used to match seekers of specific intellectual property (IP)-related development needs with potential providers offering resources.
WIPO Investor Assistance Programme
It is the first global program to match developing country inventors and small businesses with limited financial means with patent attorneys. These experts provide pro bono legal assistance to help inventors secure patent protection.
WIPO GREEN is an online platform for technology exchange. It supports global efforts to address climate change by connecting providers and seekers of environmentally friendly technologies. Through its database, network and acceleration projects, it brings together key players to catalyze green technology innovation and diffusion.
By catalyzing a broad range of innovative collaborations, WIPO Re:Search supports early-stage research and development (R&D) in the fight against neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), malaria, and tuberculosis. Harnessing the power of public-private partnerships, we help make IP available to scientists who need it.
The Patent Information Initiative for Medicines (Pat-INFORMED) provides a service to the global health community, particularly those involved in procurement of medicines, by facilitating easy access to medicine patent information. The data is provided directly by the biopharmaceutical companies and hosted by WIPO.
Research for Innovation (ARDI)
The Access to Research for Development and Innovation (ARDI) program, coordinated by WIPO together with its partners in the publishing industry, provides free online access to major scientific and technical journals to local, not-for-profit institutions in least-developed countries and low-cost access to industrial property offices in developing countries across the world.
National Institute of Industrial Property of Chile (INAPI)
TTIPO has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with INAPI for INAPI to provide paid Patent Searches for the TTIPO.
Paid Searching Authorities
This company works with entrepreneurs to guide them in assessing what useful Intellectual Property they may possess by conducting patent searches. They provide both entrepreneurs and companies with the tools and guidance to create global and transformative companies.
Company: Conexión Inncremental
Address: Calle 17c Sur # 44 – 177; Mizú Building; Office 201; Medellin Colombia
Contact: Paula Lizcano
Intellectual Property Education, Information and Training
The Academy works to help build human capacity in IP, which is essential to innovation and creativity. Provides free introductory courses on Intellectual Property.