Closing the data gap: Why inventory management alone isn’t enough
Have you found yourself unable to repeat an experiment because you can’t trace back to the specific inventory item used previously? Perhaps you’ve faced the challenge of data continuity when a student leaves the lab, taking such knowledge with them? These scenarios are all too common, underscoring the vital importance of traceability and data continuity in academic research.
Join our upcoming webinar as we unravel the intricacies of this issue. We’ll explore the critical need for seamless traceability and data continuity in research and why relying solely on an inventory management system may not provide the solution. Discover how integrating an Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) with your existing inventory management system, or using an ELN with a built-in inventory management system, can bridge the gap, ensuring that your research data remains accessible, comprehensible, and fully traceable – even years after your experiment.
Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your research practices and safeguard your data’s integrity.
This webinar is for researchers who want to explore the benefits of integrating inventory management with an ELN, and for SciNote users who want a short refresher on its inventory capability. If you are not a SciNote user, we encourage you to sign up for free SciNote (for personal use), so that you can experience SciNote’s inventory management system along with us during webinar.
For SciNote users who want an in-depth overview of this feature, check out the inventory management playlist including tutorials and use case examples.
In this webinar, the panelists will discuss:
January 18, 2024 at 11AM EST; 8AM PST; 5PM CET
Theresa Liao is the Content Specialist at SciNote. She has a research background in experimental medicine, and more than 15 years of experience working in academia – with a portfolio consists of grant facilitation, project management, and science communication.
Jack Lentjes is the Key Accounts Manager at SciNote. He has worked with researchers in academia and pharmaceutical companies since 2016. With a background in chemistry, he previously served in the chromatography industry, and now with SciNote.
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