Collaborations and Partnerships
SciNote can be integrated with different solutions in your lab.
API and IoT readiness
We’ve released the RESTful API (application program interface) for SciNote.
It allows LIMS systems, management systems, CRM, ERP etc. to connect to SciNote (and vice-versa) in a standardized, structured, documented and secured manner.
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LabVoice is the first company that allows you to tailor a scientific voice assistant to your laboratory needs. LabVoice can communicate with any lab software, instruments, and databases to access the information you need while away from your keyboard. With LabVoice, users can capture and transcribe notes & observations, take pictures, record videos, scan barcodes, set timers & reminders, notifications, and much, much more. LabVoice has a smart speaker developed for the lab, but also offers access to a mobile app for on-the-go users. Design, develop, and deploy your own voice-enabled workflows to create a safer, more efficient, more compliant laboratory.
FLUICS CONNECT is an inventory management solution for research labs that label their samples by hand and suffer from outdated inventory lists or lost samples. With smart labels and a mobile app labs can efficiently manage samples and save on storage space.
FLUICS Print is a service offered to for SciNote users to print smear-proof cryo labels with QR codes directly through the cloud. Unbox the printer, connect it to the internet with a LAN cable and start printing your labels in your lab. Barcoded labels can be scanned to directly access sample properties and track samples throughout the experiments.
KML VISION provides modern, high quality image data management and automated image analysis applications for R&D in pharma, CROs, core facilities, and academia. Our mission is to provide intelligent and accessible solutions for the efficient automation of labour-intensive tasks in the field of big image data. We have developed the IKOSA® platform to collaboratively manage all your big image data in one place. It supports our users with their repetitive and tedious visual inspection tasks, providing highly accurate and reproducible analysis results.
Log in from anywhere to get access to all the images of your project and work on them together with your colleagues. To learn more about IKOSA® and try it out for free go to: www.ikosa.ai
LifeTaq is an Austrian biotech company with focus on 3D cell cultivation and analysis. We offer physiological relevant as well as standardized cell products. Due to our innovative automation process our in vitro tissues are of high quality and can be produced cost- and time-efficient. Choose from various cell lines or discuss your ideas with our technical team in order to find the best individual solution for your needs. We cover numerous applications including feeder cultures, skin, lung, bone, cartilage and many other tissues. Are you eager to enter or extend your world of 3D cell cultivation without the usual negative side effects of increased cost, need of new know-how or limitation to high throughput applications? Then you just found the right partner in LifeTaq. Get in touch with us by sending an email to .
CytoCypher is a young company that specializes in increasing the throughput of physiological experiments. When improving equipment for cellular research in cardiology we realized that data analysis and presentation is another bottleneck. We have developed a suite of analysis tools to automate processing of complex time series, like calcium transients and contractions of muscle cells.
The Interbiome Population Health Project is launching multiple Contract drug-Manufacturing Organizations, or “CMOs” with the dual purpose of generating an adequate profit while solving neglected but critical Population Health challenges, involving timely production of Neglected as well as Abandoned drugs.
Nanotechnologies and the resulting novel and emerging materials (NEMs) represent areas of major investment and growth for the European economy but the properties that make them exciting for a range of applications also raise concerns about their safety. To facilitate evaluating the impacts of NEMs on human and environmental health, NanoCommons (https://www.nanocommons.eu/) is developing an e-infrastructure providing a standardised, reproducible and interoperable way to access all available data, knowledge, analysis and modelling tools that have been adapted and verified as suitable for application to nanomaterials, and to generate new data in a harmonised and FAIR manner. This infrastructure will support the full data lifecycle from the design of the study, generation of the data (experimentally and computationally), curation, processing, uploading and sharing in public databases to re-use in industry and regulatory settings. One of the most important aspects is the documentation of the experimental procedures and collection of complete metadata allowing others to understand and (re)use the data. This is realised by an innovative combination of the electronic lab notebook functionalities provided by SciNote, which can be linked to protocol repositories and data warehouses specifically designed for nanosafety research.
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