Science blog for labs who want to go digital

 

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The role of electronic lab notebooks in genomic applications might be greater than expected

sciNote Team was one of the exhibitors at the qPCR dPCR and NGS Symposium in Freising, Germany. Key opinion leaders from academics and industry gather at this symposium with the aim to keep up with the trends, possibilities and latest research. Electronic lab notebooks are a right fit in the field of genomic applications, such as, quantitative RT-PCR, digital PCR and Next Generation Sequencing.

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sciNote integration with Microsoft Office Online improves project management and team work

The first thing that crosses most researchers’ minds when they need to write a scientific paper, analyze results or create a presentation about their work would be opening one of the Microsoft Office programs. Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint are as much a part of everyone’s daily life and work as coffee or tea. These three programs are continuously improving, new functions are being added and the ways to use them are expanding.

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Can electronic lab notebooks find their way into the healthcare industry?

Last week, sciNote was one of the exhibitors the Healthcare and Information Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference & Exhibition in Orlando, Florida. HIMSS is known to be the place where once a year all the bright minds from the world of IT and Healthcare come together, observe the trends and talk business.