The first thing that crosses most researchers’ minds when they need to write a scientific paper, analyze results or create a presentation about their work would be opening one of the Microsoft Office programs.
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.
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
Listening to your requests, we greatly improved e-signing in SciNote for you! Check out this video on how you can request signatures from your colleagues and get them notified that the task is waiting for their review.
Together with the new Task status flow, we also made some improvements for e-signing Tasks in SciNote. Do not worry, the basic principles for e-signatures are still the same and still comply with the GxP and 21 CFR Part 11 requirements.
With the coming SciNote release at the end of September 2020, we are saying goodbye to our Complete task button and introducing new Task status flow.
Available for every scientist today, this open access repository of research protocols is both free to read, and free to publish.
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.