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SEMANTiCS 2019 in Karlsruhe

09.-12.09.2019:

SEMANTiCS is the leading European conference on Semantic Technologies and AI and is held for the first time in Karlsruhe, Germany. One of the organizers is FIZ Karlsruhe whose Vice President Information Service Engineering,  Prof. Sack, is Conference Chair and a member of the conference’s Permanent Advisory Board.

https://2019.semantics.cc/

New on STN

May 2019

Second 2019 update to Emtree(TM) now available on STN(R)

April 2019

New legal status codes for US patent applications and granted patents in INPADOC

April 2019

Updates in database World Surface Coatings Abstracts (file WSCA) have resumed

Meet us at

Bund Deutscher Patentanwälte - Herbstseminar, 10.-11.Okt, Dresden
EPOPIC 2019 - EPO Patent Information Conference, 29.-30. Oct, Bukarest
IP-Service World, 25.-26. Nov, Munich

STN User Meetings

Lyon, 13.09.2019
Amsterdam, 17.09.2019
Essen, 09.10.2019

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Access More Than 32,000 Harmonized Tariff Codes Now in CHEMLIST on STN

03. February 2012

You can now search the new Harmonized Tariff Code (HTC) field in the CHEMLIST database on STN. Other CHEMLIST enhancements include EU Customs Codes display in the HTC field and chemical names in more languages.

The CHEMLIST database now lists the HTC number assigned to a chemical substance by the Harmonized Commodity Description and Coding System (HS). More than 200 countries rely on HTC as a basis for customs tariffs and collection of international trade statistics.

The World Customs Organization maintains the HTC as part of an international cooperative effort to standardize import and export classifications on internationally shipped products.

Importing and exporting within the European Community requires the EU Customs Code that displays in the HTC field. The EU Customs Code is the tariff classification system used in the European Community's Combined Nomenclature, based on the HS.

As part of the addition of the HTC and EU Customs Codes enhancements, CHEMLIST now contains chemical names in the following languages, when available:

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