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Signals Notebook: The Modern Electronic Lab Notebook from PerkinElmer

Video   Mar 09, 2018

 

PerkinElmer Signals Notebook allows you to achieve meaningful scientific
breakthroughs – faster, smarter and easier to keep track of your
material evidence.

Signals Notebook provides you with an effective scientific research data
management solution, where you can write up your research data in
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and filter data with chemical ease.

Full Microsoft Office® & Microsoft Office® Online Integration:
Create or attach your Office documents with your experiments, directly
update them by choosing either Office or Office Online.

•Effective Scientific Research Data Management: Electronically record
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•Collaborative: Connect with colleagues and collaborators anywhere in
the world. Start discussions, give feedback, coordinate follow-on
experiments, and stay in sync.

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