Garbrook Knowledge Resources was formed in 2005 to develop new ways to capture, organize, and reduce the complexity of information and transform the information into effective knowledge. Our goal is to build an industry-leading authoritative KnowledgeBase to support analysis and decision making for organizations and individuals requiring a better understanding of the scientific, technical, economic, and policy aspects behind complex commercial and societal issues. Our initial focus has been on Renewable Energy and environmental concerns that surround this emerging market, as reflected in our premier product, the Garbrook Advanced Biofuels Resource (ABR).
Through our technology platform, methodology, and deep scientific base, we seek to recast complex information into a clear, unbiased, non-redundant, yet comprehensive Resource. Our experts use advanced, proprietary software tools to scour the global information universe and capture a broad range of sources. This information is processed through our unique curation system to provide users with the facts in a concise and organized structure, our KnowledgeBase. The Garbrook KnowledgeBase provides the following key attributes to its users:
- An unbiased and objective perspective
- Comprehensive, in-depth coverage
- Reliable, factual information
- A global scope
- Continuous maintenance for up-to-date content
- Information referenced to original sources
- Solid scientific support for business decisions
Our management and team of expert professionals all have advanced scientific, business, and legal degrees. Many have worked together previously in the genomics field at Proteome, Inc. There, as founders and scientists in the company, they developed a significant competency in gathering and structuring scientific information to annotate the human genome. This essential experience in organizing complex information has now been successfully translated into the broader world of energy and environment.
Our team brings a professional, unbiased approach to the complexities and information overload that surround the intersection of science, technology, industry, environment, social issues, and public policy in the modern world.