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...
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...
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....
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...