Bioinformatics: juggling big data, complex file types and multiple projects

Genomics data sets are highly sophisticated and multi-layered. Now, possibly more than ever before, we need those data sets to be publicly available, reproducible and transparent. It's not an easy task but researchers around the globe are finding a way to make it happen... Eva Chan, bioinformatician at Garvan Institute of Medical Research is an … Continue reading Bioinformatics: juggling big data, complex file types and multiple projects

How to start teaching online during COVID-19

The spread of COVID-19 is impacting instructors and students around the globe. Many institutions are moving classes online with little to no notice. Even with lots of time to prepare, planning quality online instruction is tricky. In response, we’ve made LabArchives, our remote teaching and learning solution, completely FREE for instructors, TAs and students through … Continue reading How to start teaching online during COVID-19

STEM research and instruction: how to do it remotely

People in all types of industries are thinking about how (and if) they can get their jobs done from home right now. If you're a STEM researcher or instructor there's a good chance you are, too. 'Remote work' sounds reserved for writers, coders, web designers and the like but STEM industries can 'go remote' if … Continue reading STEM research and instruction: how to do it remotely

Implementation: what it looks like when it’s a breeze

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