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The Simplicity of Scheduling

The Simplicity of Scheduling

When Alana Hamilton joined the Flow Core Facility in the Institute of Infection, Immunity, and Inflammation at the University of Glasgow, she assumed the responsibility of billing for instrument use. With seven instruments and one hundred users, the online booking...

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2020 LabArchives Research Wrap-up

2020 LabArchives Research Wrap-up

We appreciate the scientists, researchers, primary investigators, lab managers and other professionals  who use our platform to get their work done. 2020 was full of twists and turns. On a basic level, it changed what research ‘looks’ like. While the year was...

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2020 LabArchives Education Wrap-up

2020 LabArchives Education Wrap-up

We appreciate the thousands of instructors, students and teaching assistants who use our platform to get their work done. 2020 was full of twists and turns. On a basic level, it changed what education ‘looks’ like. While the year was challenging, it reinforced why we...

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Follow your nose – even in the lab

Follow your nose – even in the lab

Debby Silver’s lab at Duke University uses a two pronged approach to better understand how the brain forms. As a Primary Investigator (PI), Debby manages a team of thirteen including postdocs, PhD students, technicians and undergraduates. With microscopy, genomics and...

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LabArchives Education Boot Camp

LabArchives Education Boot Camp

Build, organize and manage your course in LabArchives. The fall semester is nearly over. Cue ‘sigh of relief’. We're here to help as you continue to adjust to this normal and as you begin to plan winter and spring courses. LabArchives online tools make it easy to...

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Changes to LabArchives Scheduler

Changes to LabArchives Scheduler

The easiest way to organize people, places and things - how we’re ensuring it’s a solution that’s here to stay. Our goal at LabArchives is to support Better Science with innovative and user friendly online tools - tools that can continuously evolve to support our...

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Ticks: a global issue

Ticks: a global issue

Ticks: a global issue Veterinary Parasitologist, Shona Chandra, is finishing up her PhD at the University of Sydney. While you may not be familiar with Shona's field, you are likely familiar with her chosen subjects: ticks. We caught up with Shona to learn more about...

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Chemical Kitchen

Chemical Kitchen

Chemical Kitchen, an entry level course at Imperial College London, is the innovative STEM course that 2020 absolutely requires. In it, students learn good laboratory practice through a simple and accessible activity - cooking. Designed by Jakub Radzikowski and...

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Remote education workaround: the data generator

Remote education workaround: the data generator

COVID-19 has challenged the traditional classroom set up - solutions and workarounds have emerged from all corners. One LabArchives instructor has designed a data generator that helps to ensure experimental design and independent analysis remain at the...

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How does your lab manage instrument scheduling, billing, double bookings or social distancing while working in the lab? Get the full story on how Alana Hamilton with the University of Glasgow revamped instrument scheduling and billing for her lab. https://bit.ly/32pwB9j

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Our Chief Information Security Officer, Daniel Ayala, has put together a two part blog series that dives into this pressing question...a few years ago, there was a pretty powerful feeling that cloud applications were not as secure as on-premise based applications. You might be wondering,...

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Oxford University has long been instrumental in vaccine research and development. This time, Oxford has developed the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine against COVID-19, which is now being distributed worldwide.

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LabArchives1 week ago

How does your lab manage instrument scheduling, billing, double bookings or social distancing while working in the lab? Get the full story on how Alana Hamilton with the University of...

LabArchives
LabArchives3 weeks ago

Our Chief Information Security Officer, Daniel Ayala, has put together a two part blog series that dives into this pressing question...a few years ago, there was a pretty powerful feeling...

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LabArchives2 months ago

Oxford University has long been instrumental in vaccine research and development. This time, Oxford has developed the ChAdOx1 nCoV-19 vaccine against COVID-19, which is now being distributed worldwide.