Volcanism changing the course of human history..... Volcanic activity has shaped human history, art and culture..... in 305 BCE volcanic activity sparked riots on the other side of the world... one eruption is even considered to have “charged” the French Revolution! Geologist, artists, history buffs, and the like might find their work is even more interconnected then they originally thought! Opportunity, … Continue reading Streaming STEM… noteworthy news and tidbits!
Most researchers working in industry labs didn’t just start there, they started in academic labs. Think courses like BIO 101, highschool intro to physics labs, AP Environmental Science, and other courses like that. Industry researchers (in general) all got their start in one academic lab or another investigating a subject area that may or may … Continue reading Successful internships for students and labs: everyone wins
A guest blog post from our friends at Station1..... A Case Study in Interdisciplinary Team Instruction Station1 partnered with LabArchives to deliver its’ shared curriculum in the 2018 Summer@Station1 program through its’ innovative cloud-based digital platform. We joined the over 155,000 scientists and engineers worldwide who already use this platform for storing, organizing, sharing, collaborating, … Continue reading Station1: active inquiry, and research based learning
Sydney, Australia is host to beaches, bars, the Opera house, The Crocodile Hunter, and a unique cohort of LabArchives users. Garvan Medical Research Institution, The Victor Chang Institute, University of Sydney, and Monash University are collaborating to maximize their use of LabArchives digital lab notebook. Between group trainings, user group meetings, administrator meetings, and researcher presentations these … Continue reading Team Sydney: a cohort of LabArchives users working together
LabArchives is a new system for data collection that protects institutions and individual investigators and lab chiefs from these problems by being fully secure, unalterable, reliably and ineluctably time and date stamped. It is the record of record.
For the second consecutive year, LabArchives is pleased to be the proud sponsor of BioMed Central's Open Data Award. This award recognizes researchers who have published in BioMed Central journals and have demonstrated leadership in the sharing, standardization, publication, or re-use of biomedical research data during 2012. Earl Beutler, the President and CEO of LabArchives, … Continue reading LabArchives to Sponsor BioMed Central’s Open Data Award for 2012
We are especially excited about the release of our new LabArchives Widgets which represents a major leap forward for our platform. Our implementation of "Widgets" expands LabArchives into a completely extensible system, enabling our customers and third parties to create simple (or even sophisticated) tools for the laboratory workflow that can be incorporated into your laboratory notebook. … Continue reading Widgets – A Major Advancement for LabArchives
Last week, we introduced our first apps for the iPhone and iPad. Although (with a minor exception), LabArchives is fully functional in Safari on these devices, the screen size for the iPhone made it somewhat difficult to navigate and use. As for all of our software developments, it is the feedback of our customers that … Continue reading LabArchives Introduces an iPhone / iPad App
I have just returned from London where, among other things, I was proud to represent LabArchives in presenting the BioMed Central “Open Data Award” that was sponsored by our organization. At the well attended 6th Annual event, BioMed Central’s Research Awards celebrated excellence in scientific research made freely available through open access publishing within their … Continue reading LabArchives and the BioMed Central Research Awards
Note from the Editor: This guest blog is written by Iain Hrynaszkiewicz, Journal Publisher at BioMed Central Introduction “One reason that the worldwide web worked was because people reused each other’s content in ways never imagined or achieved by those who created it. The same will be true of open data.” – Tim Berners-Lee and … Continue reading LabArchives and BioMed Central: a new platform for publishing scientific data