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LabArchives - Laboratory Notebook Software

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LabArchives has the most innovative laboratory notebook software & electronic lab notebooks available to store, organize, and publish scientific research data. Far more than an "ELN" (Electronic Laboratory Notebook), LabArchives stores and catalogs all of your research for easy retrieval and publication.

•    Intuitive Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) organizes your laboratory data
•    Preserve all your data securely, including all versions of all files
•    Share information within your laboratory
•    Keep abreast of developments in your lab even when traveling
•    Collaborate with investigators by sharing selected data from your Electronic Lab Notebook
•    Publish selected data to specific individuals or the public
•    Protect your intellectual property
•    Runs on all platforms, including Windows, Mac, Linux, iPad and Android devices
•    Special student version of our Electronic Lab Notebook also available

Product LabArchives - Laboratory Notebook Software
Company LabArchives, LLC
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LabArchives, LLC
1915 Aston Ave Carlsbad, CA 92008 USA

Tel: +1 (760) 579-0342
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