Leveraging the API of an electronic lab notebook for efficient data management
An Application Programming Interface (API) is a digital bridge that allows digital applications used in the lab – such as software, platforms, and sometimes equipment – to connect to each other. It can play a critical role in the lab, streamlining the transfer of data reliably from one application to another.
So, can the API of an electronic lab notebook (ELN) help you integrate data processes and improve efficiency in the lab? If so, how can this be done?
In this webinar, we have invited speakers to share their practical experiences of implementing SciNote’s RESTful API in their organizations, and how they utilize it to automate lab processes – from the generation of bills of materials, to the integration with scientific databases and platforms. SciNote’s Director of Development Miha Mencin will also join the webinar to answer your API questions and share useful considerations you need to know to take advantage of the API of an ELN in the lab.
In this webinar, the panelists will discuss:
After 11 years in broadcasting, 3 in finance, and 14 in Pharma/Biotech, my technology work has progressed from helpdesk, through network and *nix systems admin, to full-stack development and most recently, what we’ve all decided to call “data engineering.” I have an affinity for open, flexible systems that enable the crafting of novel solutions which help solve the current problem, as well as the next one, with as little effort, and as much amusement as possible.
FogPharma is a biopharmaceutical company pioneering the discovery and development of Helicon™ polypeptides. Through this novel therapeutic modality, FogPharma aims to address the limitations of existing drug classes and achieve universal druggability – a world where no targets are off-limits to new medicines.
Shyam Ajudia is the bioinformatics program lead at Advanced Cellular Dynamics. He joined the company in 2019 as a research associate, working primarily on molecular and cell biology, but has since migrated to managing data science/engineering for the company and establishing their next generation sequencing program.
Advanced Cellular Dynamics is a Seattle-based contract research organization (CRO) that provides services across four broad programs – Cell Biology, Molecular Biology, Protein Biology and Bioinformatics – to the life sciences community.
Miha has 15+ years of experience in leading and managing IT & development teams on various projects. He joined SciNote in 2019 to take on the Director of Development role, overseeing the software development process of SciNote’s electronic lab notebook.
SciNote is a lab digitalization company with the mission to help humanity benefit the most from science and to preserve research data for future generations. Its electronic lab notebook (ELN) is trusted by researchers at the FDA, USDA, and 100K+ researchers in over 100 countries.
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