The Lens now covers nearly 90 jurisdictions worldwide with over 80 million patent documents, serving INPADOC, EPO, USPTO and WO, with many more coming.
Explore global patent families
Single inventions may have dozens, hundreds or even thousands of related patent documents in up to 80 different jurisdictions. See and explore these relationships.
Full Text searching of major jurisdictions
US, EP and WO collections searchable in full text of the entire specifications, with links to global patent families.
Free PDFs and inline viewing
Patents can be downloaded as PDFs and viewed as browser-readable .png files online without plugins.
Search for patent text in many languages, including English, Chinese, French, Spanish, German, Korean, Japanese and Russian.
Collect, share, comment, annotate
Add comments, annotations and tags, create and share collections of patent documents, analyze collections and comment on them.
Using the power of facets, users can explore patent search results and collections of documents with ease, using single-clicks to filter and present subsets.
Bar, pie, map and timeline charts created in real time allow exploration and filtering by inventors, applicants, jurisdictions, data type, family and more.
Embed Analysis in your site
Embed your analysis and collection in your own web site, intranet or blog, making it easy for anyone to develop landscapes, and to further explore, improve, understand and validate collections and conclusions.
Explore DNA and Protein sequence patents
With over 120 Million DNA sequences, and 10 Million Protein Sequences from global patent documents Cambia now provides a unique facility to find, analyze and understand biological patenting.
Marked up citations - links to references and open access docs.
The Lens now has link-outs to over five million non-patent literature citations, allowing single click access to PubMed, PubMed Central Open Access and CrossRef DOIs.
Current Legal Status
Single click from any patent document will recover current legal data from the EPO's™ INPADOC OPS Service, including ownership and status.
Rendering patent sequence information accessible, navigable at various levels, and linked to other contextual data, we developed PatSeq Explorer.