Eln adoption issues blog

How Does SciNote Team Help Solve ELN Adoption Issues?

4 min read
In this article, we will explain how we approach the ELN implementation process and give you some good practice suggestions on how to handle the adoption of an ELN successfully in your lab.
Transition from another ELN to SciNote blog

Transition from another ELN to SciNote

5 min read
Transitioning from one ELN to another includes strategic decisions on project management during the switch, data access as well as data migration.
Connecting inventory items to your tasks blog

Connecting inventory items to your tasks

2 min read
To address the need of connecting the information about samples, reagents, instruments, or other inventory items, to your work on experiments and tasks in the lab, we are adding new functionalities to SciNote. 
Identify re-usable modules in your workflows (and use them as templates) blog

Identify re-usable modules in your workflows (and use them as templates)

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When working with simple to-do lists or simple protocols, documenting and executing them is straightforward: all to-dos or protocol steps are listed in a single checklist or in one protocol.
How to structure a protocol blog

How to structure a protocol

5 min read
Protocols can be much more general, including cooking recipes, operational procedures, user manuals for lab or office equipment, safety or any other checklists, guidelines.
Release labviva blog

SciNote Partners with Labviva to Expand Offering Through a New Integrated Marketplace

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Labviva, an AI-powered digital marketplace for life science reagents, instrumentation and services announces today its partnership with SciNote to offer a seamless buying experience with the integration of the Labviva marketplace.
First steps of digitalization and interoperability in the analytical lab blog

First steps of digitalization and interoperability in the analytical lab

10 min read
ELNs are structured in multiple layers to keep your data organized. Within SciNote, there are four main layers: team, projects, experiments, and tasks. In the beginning, a team is defined, consisting of different researchers.
Patenting, IP and the role of ELNs explained blog

Patenting, IP and the role of ELNs explained

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Intellectual property is a wide and complex topic and its exact legal nature and interpretation can greatly vary across countries due to specifics of applicable legislation and jurisdiction.
2019-Novel Coronavirus identification protocol in SciNote blog

2019-Novel Coronavirus identification protocol in SciNote

3 min read
In the light of the current outbreak of a novel coronavirus (COVID-19) many new challenges have stumbled in front of all of us. In SciNote we are well aware of the importance of the research community to join forces and contribute to the efforts to combat the challenges that the new virus has faced us with.
SciNote Dashboard Introduction blog

SciNote Dashboard Introduction

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The dashboard is comprised out of 4 sections, the tasks section, the calendar, the quick start section, and the recent work section.
[Video] Experiment Templates Are Now Available to SciNote Users blog

[Video] Experiment Templates Are Now Available to SciNote Users

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SciNote’s dedicated scientists prepared templates of today’s most widely used life science experiments. Detailed descriptions, protocols and graphics are here for you to use, edit and develop them further.
Can electronic lab notebooks find their way into the healthcare industry blog

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

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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.