The purpose of this document is to outline the key components of the NIH 2023 Data Management and Sharing (DMS) policy
Calls for open science have increased in the past decades, with open access publishing becoming more popular.
Greater volumes of data are generated than ever before with expanding technologies that create large amounts of data.
LabArchives is continuously working to improve our product offerings. Here are some of the exciting new platform releases.
ROAR has approximately 400 users on their campus as the University purchased a LabArchives ELN license for all research and teaching staff.
These guiding principles are the embodiment of our commitment to data protection, research integrity, and ensuring strong trust in technology.
LabArchives is joining a portfolio of software products that include GraphPad Prism, SnapGene, Geneious Prime, Dotmatics, FCS Express, and nQuery.
You may have worked in a laboratory at some point where the contents of most boxes in the freezer were a mystery.
General LabArchives ELN updates, LabArchives Inventory updates for enterprise license holders, API report support, and API Notebook IDs.
LabArchives’ Lab Builder content is currently used in 340 courses by nearly 13,500 students.
Reproducibility is the benchmark of good science. We are taught the scientific method is to do research following the five basic steps: observation, question, hypothesis, experiment, and record.
In Part 3 of this series, we take a look at the financial implications of cloud computing and the security benefits of centralized SaaS computing.

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