Widgets – A Major Advancement for LabArchives

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

LabArchives now includes 100 GB of storage for each user

If you're reading this blog, you are probably familiar with LabArchives and our leading Electronic Laboratory Notebook (ELN).  But we view LabArchives as more than just an ELN.  Our mission is to make it the "hub" of your scientific research through strategic partnerships and integration with leading scientific software and information providers.   Our mission … Continue reading LabArchives now includes 100 GB of storage for each user

LabArchives, Electronic Lab Notebooks, and Education

As those of you who follow scientific education are painfully aware, the U.S. has slipped dramatically in the production of capable scientists.  According to Mariette DiChristina, Editor-in-Chief of Scientific American, "American students are now ranked 22nd and 31st among their international peers in science and math, respectively."   In order to help improve the situation, last … Continue reading LabArchives, Electronic Lab Notebooks, and Education

“Chance favors the organized lab”

Welcome to the premier blog entry for LabArchives, the new web-based software to enable investigators to organize, track, retrieve, and selectively publish laboratory data.  We are currently in beta-test, and plan for a full commercial release in the next 2-3 months. I would like to begin with apologies to Louis Pasteur, for our slight modification … Continue reading “Chance favors the organized lab”