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Replacing paper: tips for choosing an electronic lab notebook

Posted by Guest Blogger on Jul 10, 2018 9:08:54 AM

This post was contributed by guest blogger, Tea Pavlek, Product Marketing Manager at sciNote.

Today, every lab has its own habits and approaches to record keeping. Top priorities in most cases include IP protection, publications and funding. If any of these three pillars crashes, the lab's success and the careers of its researchers are on the line.

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Topics: Reproducibility, Open Science, Lab Tips, Lab Software

Developing Lab Management Software for Biology

Posted by Kris Shamloo on Aug 25, 2016 10:30:00 AM

Laboratory management software is not a requisite for a functioning lab, but it is for a scaleable lab. When you need to track the location, quality, growth, and legal status of thousands of plasmids a day, like we do at Addgene, pen and paper will fail you. The benefits of lab management software aren’t just limited to large volume facilities; it can be useful in academic labs where postdocs, students, and lab mates are coming and going frequently - an environment ripe for valuable work and materials to slip through the cracks.

In this post we’ll highlight some of the lessons we’ve learned over the years with the hope that our insights can help steer you in the right direction when writing your own software. None of this is gospel, but we think it's worth consideration.
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Topics: Inside Addgene, Lab Software

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