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.
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.
Integration between sciNote ELN and protocols.io will enable users to seamlessly optimize their research methods
Have you ever spent months correcting or adjusting one step of a previously published method? Do you often run into “Contact author for details” or “… we used a slightly modified version of the method…” sections?
Think of the tests that you tend to run in your lab daily, or even many times per day. Now think about the amount of data that is generated from these routine tests. It’s a lot, right?
Understanding open source software – what exactly does it mean and what does it have to do with data security in your lab?
Open source electronic lab notebooks – Beyond technicalities, a movement that shapes the future of computing and your scientific research.
Dear scientists, we dare you not to laugh when you see your result of this hilarious summer quiz we created for you!
Find out how your habits in and outside of the lab reflect your personality – are you a spinning centrifuge, the wildcard of the bunch or a clever qPCR cycler, do you have a microscopic eye for detail or bring fiery sparks to the workplace? Find out which piece of lab equipment you are!
It is extremely 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.
Last week, sciNote was one of the exhibitors at BIO International Convention 2017 in San Diego, CA.