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  • Implementation: what it looks like when it's a breeze
    by Olivia Sisson on February 18, 2020 at 11:16 pm

    Columbia University’s LabArchives enterprise license ensures that everyone on campus has access to the platform. Researchers, PIs (primary investigators), lab managers, instructors, students, post grads – all can leverage LabArchives for their unique purposes. But this alone doesn’t mean that they will. Last month, LabArchives team members travelled to Columbia to do what they do … Continue reading Implementation: what it looks like when it's a breeze

  • Fascinating fluorescence: sensor research
    by Olivia Sisson on February 12, 2020 at 8:59 pm

    We caught up with Elizabeth New, Associate Professor of Chemistry at the University of Sydney, recent recipient of the Malcolm McIntosh Prize, fluorescent sensor researcher and LabArchives user to learn more about her work. How did you find yourself in the world of STEM? I had a lot of opportunities in STEM before I got … Continue reading Fascinating fluorescence: sensor research

  • A step towards compliance at Thomas Jefferson University
    by Olivia Sisson on February 7, 2020 at 9:01 pm

    Mandated use at Thomas Jefferson University (TJU), a step towards data compliance and protection In 2017, TJU set out on a digital journey. It all began with a vision to institute electronic research notebooks at TJU, followed by Theodore Taraschi, PhD, Senior Associate Provost for Research Conduct and Compliance. Dr. Taraschi amassed the key elements … Continue reading A step towards compliance at Thomas Jefferson University

  • LabArchives x Duke Workshop
    by Olivia Sisson on February 3, 2020 at 9:35 pm

    Last week, LabArchives team members Debbie Cole and Hannah Clark visited our users at Duke University for a one day intensive workshop. This workshop ‘Promoting Better Research through Data Management with LabArchives’ started as an in-house idea and soon became a collaboration between LabArchives and Duke’s ASIST Office (Advancing Scientific Integrity, Services and Training). Rebecca … Continue reading LabArchives x Duke Workshop

  • New team members!
    by Olivia Sisson on January 28, 2020 at 3:23 am

    We are growing fast at LabArchives and we are very excited to announce the addition of two new people to our global team. Our main offices are located in Carlsbad, CA and the D.C. metropolitan area, but LabArchives team members can be found scattered throughout the states and abroad. Spread across at least nine time zones at … Continue reading New team members!

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Our new more powerful @SnapGene integration is here! Molecular biologists can now quickly record and share frequent… t.co/Usa8fIIe1b

Successful implementation like this can be a breeze (if you take the right approach!) We worked with Columbia Unive… t.co/5PusUXShYf

Did you know that @LabArchives ELN is integrated with popular research tools, like @FlowJoNow @GraphPad @SnapGene &… t.co/DQ39D8FPza

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We caught up with Elizabeth New, Associate Professor of Chemistry at the University of Sydney, recent recipient of… t.co/1XRo54FDxH

We love data! Do you know who else loves data? @LabArchives! Jefferson's Electronic Research Notebook helps researc… t.co/H9C8sqF9eC

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After 2-years nearly 100% of TJU researchers manage their data in LabArchives electronic lab notebook with easy col… t.co/EnELx0aGXh

Hey! @LabArchives is cool! I actually had a consultation recently about how to use it for a humanities project. It'… t.co/OIJLxV98i6

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We’re only a week away from our annual @LabArchives ELN training session for @UMassMedical Faculty, Students & Staf… t.co/M2fmIizNkK

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@hhgustafson We moved to @LabArchives my last year in the HG lab after demoing a number of different electric lab n… t.co/BPMMHFzbOz

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Our global team is still growing in 2020! We're excited to have welcomed Chris, based in New Jersey, and Heath, bas… t.co/Rai4ATTewO

Check out the latest and greatest Lab Builder content! Proven, ready-to-go content for teaching lab courses, just a… t.co/CELnaWDtDF

That’s how our recent integration with @LabArchives contributes to changing the publishing process! Time consuming… t.co/6dvfCwGpwh

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The title says it all... stop fretting over the publication process in 2020! t.co/3lAOZHQLpR