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It is important to track which samples were used in which experiment. Not only to keep track of your current work, but also to keep reference long-term and even meet specific requirements when applying for grants or patents.
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A symbiotic approach towards understanding the cohesion between paper and electronic lab notebooks.
The aim of this article is to evaluate the return on investment of implementing an electronic lab notebook in the lab.
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From defining your needs, to narrowing down the selection, testing an electronic lab notebook (ELN) and presenting it to your team, this electronic lab notebook guide will provide valuable tips on how to approach the process.
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SciNote team headed to Boston USA this time, and attended the BIO International Convention – the largest trade organization in the world that represents the biotech industry.
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Labs expressed their opinion in the recently published study “Electronic lab notebooks: can they replace paper?” that addresses the subject of electronic lab notebooks (ELNs) and whether they can replace paper in today’s digital labs. Here, we summarize key barriers to faster ELN adoption and solutions on how to tackle them, according to the findings.
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What is a successful lab? Some may argue that a well-funded lab is a successful one. Others may say that frequent publications define success. Happy students, researchers, and employees. Cutting edge research. Patents. World Impact.
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Great news for all sciNote users! sciNote is now integrated with protocols.io, a collaborative research platform that is taking the process of scientific discovery to the next level by allowing researchers to share protocols, communicate possible corrections and optimize research methods.
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This time sciNote team headed for Washington DC – straight into the nest of the World’s largest Neuroscience Conference, for scientists devoted to understanding the brain and nervous system.
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Do you ever get that feeling that you would like to have a magic spell to organize all your data?
And once it is organized, wouldn’t it be magnificent if there would be a software that could put together all relevant data from your projects, add some new references and present you with a manuscript draft you can build upon?