This event will be held on
21 February 2024
- 13:00 – 14:15
LabArchives electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) platform effectively addresses critical institutional research needs such as protection against research misconduct and foreign influence, guarding against loss of IP, and meeting funding agency requirements while providing immediate benefit to Research Excellence Framework (REF) considerations.
LabArchives is committed to bringing significant value to research institutions around the world. With 200+ enterprise (whole institution) licences and 800,000 users, LabArchives continues to provide an immediate solution to meet critical institutional needs while also enhancing the individual researcher experience. This dual focus, both on the institution and the individuals, has been the key to effectively supporting institutions with diverse and evolving needs.
LabArchives is discipline agnostic and provides an intuitive interface with 30+ integrations allowing any researcher to efficiently document experiments, store protocols, and collaborate with fellow researchers, students, and faculty at your institution or around the world. LabArchives fully compliant and secure tools will help your institution foster a dynamic research culture while serving as a centralised repository for easy data retrieval, data sharing, and compliance with standards for a more connected academic community.
LabArchives allows institutions to transition from paper-based documentation and goes beyond simple note taking by enhancing information security: data confidentiality, data integrity and data availability.
Who should attend
- Heads of Research whose priority is the protection of all the data produced by the institution.
- Researchers, PI's, anybody who is interested in moving their research from paper notebook to an electronic notebook.
- LabArchives electronic notebook is also used alongside our Course Manager platform, so if you teach a scientific subject course you may also want to hear more about LabArchives.
- Science or nonscience groups, LabArchives.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.