As we near the commercial release of LabArchives as well as testing at the NIH, I am reflecting on the amazing progress made by our Development and IT teams over the last year. LabArchives is emerging as an extremely easy to use yet powerful tool that we believe will improve the efficiency of many investigators … Continue reading Getting ready for official release and NIH Test
We were gratified by the enthusiastic response to LabArchives which was publicly demonstrated at the Experimental Biology (FASEB) meetings in Anaheim last month. We have enrolled a number of new Beta-testers, and received key feedback from the scientific community.
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”