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LabArchives Electronic Laboratory Notebook

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LabArchives is a leading Electronic Lab Notebook  that is used by scientists throughout the world to store, organize, share, and publish their laboratory data. It is web-based, or may also be installed on a local server It is easy and intuitive, yet very powerful. And it is affordable. LabArchives: for the smallest laboratory or the largest institution. Also available in a special Classroom Edition for high schools or undergraduate lab courses.

Most laboratory notebooks are the same today as they were a hundred years ago. LabArchives has changed the way that lab data are recorded, stored and accessed.

Why should I use LabArchives?

  • 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 Laboratory 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

Product LabArchives Electronic Laboratory Notebook
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LabArchives, LLC
1915 Aston Ave Carlsbad, CA 92008 USA

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