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Most Inventive Companies of 2019 Based on Patent Activity

January 13, 2020

Sqoop has been collecting U.S. patent data for journalists and other information professionals since 2014, and twice before we’ve published annual rankings of the companies that have applied for or have been granted utility patents and also companies that have received design patents. read more

New Federal Agency Releases: Department of Justice

August 29, 2017

Thanks to all who participated in June’s Sqoop user survey. As a result of your answers, we prioritized adding U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) publications. This includes: read more

New Query Language and Features

April 17, 2017

We’re excited to announce the release of a significant new set of search features allowing you to find more documents of interest and to filter out documents not of interest. Previously we treated any input text query as just a series of terms (punctuation ignored, etc.) and matched any document that containing all of those terms. Now we support... read more

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