Last week our team members, Clark Paul and April Krishnan, had the pleasure of co-hosting an on-campus workshop with our users at University of San Francisco and Professor Mary Jane Niles. We love working with our community in person. Bringing users together fosters an exchange of best practices which in turn makes us all better … Continue reading Working together in real time
We've pulled together five of our favorite LabArchives hacks for you! These tidbits come from our team as well as instructors, researchers and students who all use LabArchives for a variety of tasks. We hope these tricks and tools make your LabArchives experience just that much more enjoyable! Using Google Drive within LabArchives Sync these … Continue reading LabArchives Hacks
We caught up with Sebastian Scheer, who researches epigenetics in the immune system at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia with the Zaph Lab. And what exactly is epigenetics? We weren’t sure either. But Sebastian broke it down for us. While geneticists look at changes in DNA sequences, epigeneticists don’t focus on the DNA sequence itself … Continue reading Epigenetics explained
Scientists and researchers document their work in organized and professional lab notebooks (or at least we like to think that they do). But that isn't always the case with undergraduate students. Picture a professor sitting at their desk surrounded by stacks of students' paper lab notebooks. Many have frayed edges, some are missing covers, others … Continue reading LabArchives in the classroom: 3 year study
May Lin Yap is a molecular imaging master and PhD student at Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute in Melbourne, Australia. She took a few minutes out of her busy schedule to give us a rundown of the innovative and important research they’re doing…. The Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute in Melbourne, Australia. With her background … Continue reading Cardiologists Turned Cancer Researchers
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
Sydney, Australia is host to beaches, bars, the Opera house, The Crocodile Hunter, and a unique cohort of LabArchives users. Garvan Institute of Medical Research, 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 … 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.