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A Global Collaborative ELN: Signals Notebook

Video   Oct 16, 2017

 

The world of science is changing faster than ever, and scientists need an electronic lab notebook with the power and flexibility to change with it. PerkinElmer’s new Signals Notebook web-based ELN (watch the video) also delivers an effective scientific research data management solution. Write up your research data in notebooks and experiments, then drag & drop, store, organize, share, find and filter data with ease. All scientific data is electronically recorded and stored, making it simple to be more effective, reproducible, and accurate in your scientific endeavors.

 
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