12 05, 2020

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

2020-06-05T09:33:28+00:00May 12th, 2020|ELN Knowledge, Releases|0 Comments

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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.

29 01, 2020

Quick Guide to Inventory Management For R&D Labs – PDF & VIDEO

2020-01-29T07:42:33+00:00January 29th, 2020|Releases|0 Comments

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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

10 09, 2019

[Video] SciNote Is Now Integrated With ChemAxon’s Chemical Drawing Tool

2020-06-05T06:30:09+00:00September 10th, 2019|Integrations, Releases|0 Comments

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We are happy to announce that this release brings SciNote integration with a premium version of the chemical drawing tool by ChemAxon.

12 03, 2019

[Video] Experiment Templates Are Now Available to SciNote Users

2019-03-12T07:40:02+00:00March 12th, 2019|Releases|0 Comments

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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.

13 02, 2019

Exporting All Your Data in A Readable Format from SciNote

2019-02-13T13:38:42+00:00February 13th, 2019|Releases|0 Comments

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SciNote Premium Academia and Industry accounts now enable you to export all your projects’ data in a readable format. And it gets even better – all your attachments will also be neatly organized in folders.

24 01, 2019

[Video] RESTful API and Why Is It Good for Your Lab?

2019-01-24T13:23:11+00:00January 24th, 2019|Releases|0 Comments

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With the latest SciNote upgrade, we’ve released the first version of the RESTful API for SciNote. In this article, I’d like to explain what an API actually means – for those who are not familiar with the technicalities of it – and why it is really good to have one in 2019.