With this SciNote electronic lab notebook update we are happy to introduce folders for your Projects in SciNote!
Have you ever had to prepare the full set of documentation for the FDA or similar inspections? How many grant proposals could you have written in that time?
Historically, companies maintained a paper trail of all their equipment, experiments and results in order to comply with cGMP (Current Good Manufacturing Practices) and cGLP (Current Good Laboratory Practices) regulations.
For most labs, understanding how their data is being handled is just as important as the set of features a certain software offers and there are various reasons for it – from making sure the data is in good hands to checking various compliance checkboxes.
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.
Among numerous solutions and research tools available today, scientists are choosing electronic lab notebooks (ELNs) to complement the paper-based approach to record keeping.
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.
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.
Technology adoption should start early in the education process. The use of electronic lab notebooks for managing data, organizing work, writing reports
Is there a difference between scientists and researchers? Is one an occupation and the other a mission or lifestyle? Does it really matter in the end?
Inventory management in SciNote allows small and medium labs, and large organizations, to import and connect all data - from each inventory item to the latest experiment results and final project reports
With this SciNote electronic lab notebook update we are adding more options to preview the content of your attached files in SciNote.