Last month we released LabArchives Inventory. If you haven’t checked it out yet, here’s what you need to know:

  • LabArchives Inventory was designed to help scientists organize items in their lab in a physical and digital way – items they ‘make’ and things they order, too. It’s a way for everyone to keep track of what they’re working on and what they’ll need in the future.
  • The platform is discipline agnostic and completely customizable.
  • You can try it for free…
  • AND we’ve already added new, helpful features!

Toggle between inventory and notebook

We’ve added a new button to the LabArchives header which allows you to quickly toggle between your LabArchives notebook and inventory. Use the two tools together to locate what you need for experimentation, to record methods, materials and results and to track what you’ve used, produced and need to order.

Duplicate inventory type

You’ll need to define ‘inventory types’ for your lab – these are broad categories that encompass what you frequently use/make. Someone working in a physics optics lab, for example, might add inventory types such as lenses, lasers and clamps. A virologist, meanwhile, might add recombinant viruses, plasmids and cell lines. Whatever your inventory types may be you can now duplicate them to avoid retyping field details.

SITE ADmin reports

If you’re a lab manager (o someone who is just generally in charge) you can now generate detailed user and inventory reports to keep tabs on who is doing what, when and with what materials.

Try LabArchives Inventory for free!

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