Intellixir in 4 steps
From Collection to Synthesis, Through Discovery and Sharing


Search and retrieve technical information (patents, scientific articles, clinical trials…) from your in-house and public sources, and from commercial sources such as Questel®, Patbase®, Thomson Innovation®, STN®, Dialog®, Web Of Science®, LexisNexis®, ProQuest® and Scopus®...


Securely access INTELLIXIR with your favorite Web browser (INTELLIXIR is a Software-As-A-Service). Load data originating from any of your sources (e.g.: Blend patent families and scientific articles into a single study). Normalize assignees and affiliations. Categorize your dataset with dedicated features: custom fields, thesauri and glossaries.


Discover relevant information through INTELLIXIR’s rich and interactive graphical presentations. Produce on demand reports and dashboards. Export supporting data.


Share the most relevant results of your study through export files or the easyLIXIR interface: a webbased platform dedicated to end-users.

Study Cases

  • Technical Monitoring

    To examine the state-of-the-art of a technology prior to planning or launching a new product, seeking in patents and scientific literature, in order to evaluate the freedom to operate, i.e. make sure each process of a new product development does not infringe the intellectual property rights of others.

  • Innovation Study

    To look out the technological evolution into a particular domain
    To detect emergent technologies

  • Collaboration Search & Competitive Intelligence

    Identification of organizations or individual with whom collaborate
    Competition identification and classification

  • State-of-the-art Search

    Bibliographical search
    Topic exploration
    State of knowledge of a theme

  • Indicators & Dashboards

    Within a company:
    - To dispose of a quantitative analysis about issued patents by technologic domains.
    - To quantify your organization’s scientific production and then to rank it among the other organizations.
    - To evaluate the research teams’ impact and to examine the publication rhythms of whether actors, authors or research organizations.