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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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Preview: Chemistry eCourse Pack

Preview: Chemistry eCourse Pack

LabArchives is many things. It’s an electronic lab notebook, teaching tool, grade book and learning platform. It’s also a one-stop-shop for course content. Inside of Lab Builder, our course content library, instructors can find and distribute things like lab manuals,...

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Using an ELN at UMASS Medical

Using an ELN at UMASS Medical

Byron Deane works in the Research Technology Department supporting Laboratory Informatics as well as Innovation & Consulting at UMASS Medical. We caught up with him to learn more about how UMASS has employed LabArchives Electronic Notebook (ELN) in order to move...

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LabArchives Inventory is here!

LabArchives Inventory is here!

Natalie Stringer, our Resident Professor, has been hard at work on our newly released product: LabArchives Inventory. Natalie got her PhD in Molecular Biology from the University of Iowa, was a postdoctoral fellow at NIH and has worked as an Associate Professor at...

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Simplify socially distanced lab work

Simplify socially distanced lab work

Social distancing may be here to stay. With that, rethinking how we use our spaces is crucial and that includes rethinking how we use the very labs in which COVID-19 research takes place. Scientific research must continue both in response to and in spite of the...

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LabArchives x Vernier: a total lab course solution

LabArchives x Vernier: a total lab course solution

In the past few weeks, we’ve spoken with instructors from North Carolina, Virginia, California and Pennsylvania. Despite different subjects, course sizes, and geographic locations, these instructors all recognise that COVID-19 is shaking up higher education. The...

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Saying good bye to routine ruts

Saying good bye to routine ruts

Wendy Riggs isn’t new to the remote classroom. She’s been teaching General Biology online at College of the Redwoods for 3 years. Just a few months ago, teaching a lab course like ‘Gen Bio’ online would’ve sounded like a crazy concept to many. Now it’s just reality....

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Make it work mode

Make it work mode

Like many of her colleagues, assistant teaching professor Stefanie Chen splits her time between instruction and research as part of the Biotechnology Program at North Carolina State University. While her courses focus on biotechnology, her research focuses on...

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Using an ELN for Humanities

Using an ELN for Humanities

ELN stands for Electronic Laboratory Notebook. That middle word ‘laboratory’ comes with a STEM connotation. It makes many think of beakers, flasks, white lab coats, the periodic table and those Bunsen burners you could never light in your high school chemistry class....

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Circadian rhythms at the cellular level

Circadian rhythms at the cellular level

Shihoko Kojima found her high school science classes interesting, but what she really wanted to chase was research. Put simply, she thought it sounded really cool.  “I wanted to do something different,” she said, “I didn’t want to wear business attire or work in...

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SnapGene x LabArchives

SnapGene x LabArchives

SnapGene is "software for everyday molecular biology" and LabArchives is a digital notebook for everyday research. It just made sense to work together. With our SnapGene Server integration it's easy to plan, organize and document molecular biology experiments even if...

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New team members!

New team members!

We are growing fast at LabArchives and we're very excited to announce the addition of two new people to our global team. While our main offices are located in Carlsbad, CA and the D.C. metropolitan area, LabArchives team members can be found scattered...

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Staying safe online during COVID-19 (part 4)

Staying safe online during COVID-19 (part 4)

Our global team spends a lot of time online and our IT team keeps us (and our users) safe. We’re sharing this message they sent out with you because the last thing anyone needs right now, is to fall victim to an internet scam or cyber infection….Be sure to also check...

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The 1st experiment: digital lab notebooks

The 1st experiment: digital lab notebooks

Every job requires a certain set of building block skills. Musicians read notes. Doctors write prescriptions. Builders read blueprints. Developers write code. These tasks become second nature to those who do them. Taking the time to master the essentials, however,...

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Staying safe online during COVID-19 (part 3)

Staying safe online during COVID-19 (part 3)

Our global team spends a lot of time online and our IT team keeps us (and our users) safe. We’re sharing this message they sent out with you because the last thing anyone needs right now, is to fall victim to an internet scam or cyber infection….Be sure to also check...

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More tips for staying safe online during COVID-19

More tips for staying safe online during COVID-19

Our global team spends a lottt of time online and our IT team keeps us (and our users) safe. We’re sharing their message with you because the last thing anyone needs right now, is to fall victim to an internet scam or cyber infection…. As the number of COVID-19 cases...

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Eva Chan, bioinformatician at Garvan Institute of Medical Research, is using massive genomic data sets to create a window "into the first 100,000 years of modern human history." Learn more...

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LabArchives Education Bootcamp starts next week! Join to save time and reduce stress as you plan your next course
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Debby Silver’s lab at Duke University uses a two pronged approach to better understand how the brain forms. With microscopy, genomics and a fair bit of intuition her team have...