SparkIP Launches Interactive IP Website: An ‘eBay’ for Patent and Licensing Data? | GenomeWeb
VANCOUVER, BC – SparkIP, a privately owned Atlanta-based startup, last week launched, the latest in a rapidly growing number of intellectual property search and management websites geared toward the scientific community.
SparkIP hopes to distinguish its portal from its competitors by creating a one-size-fits-all IP site for the entire scientific community that combines research, commerce, and community interaction features with cluster-based visual interaction tools, according to company officials.

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