In this article, we’ll have a look at how NIH and EC policies relate to data management practices for researchers and scientists and how electronic laboratory notebooks can help.
Living in the technological era of the 21st century, we could be forgiven for assuming that we live in a primarily digital world. Assignments are written and handed in electronically, personal records are stored digitally, emails and text messages have replaced the handwritten letter.
Technology adoption should start early in the education process. The use of electronic lab notebooks for managing data, organizing work, writing reports
Being an expert in the field of diet research, you come to the point in your career where you need to run a controlled clinical trial, include thousands of people who are willing to turn their eating habits upside down and convince the government to give you hundreds of thousands of dollars to do it.
Science plays a big role in generating an ever increasing amounts of data. We are able to produce the “big data” with a single experiment.
Before we enter the age of fully automated labs where all devices are connected and compatible, there are several hurdles to overcome.