LabArchives Increases Storage by an Order of Magnitude
CARLSBAD, CA, NOVEMBER 03, 2011 -- LabArchives has released a new version of its flagship Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) which is instantly available to all users. Among a number of other enhancements, subscribers to the Professional Edition now receive 100 GB of storage per user, up from the previous limitation of 5 GB.
"LabArchives is committed to making our ELN the leading product of its kind for scientists throughout the world," said Earl B. Beutler, President and CEO of LabArchives, LLC. "Some of our users and prospective clients were concerned about the potential long term cost of storage, which is a key component in information management. By providing 100 GB of storage per user, this objection is eliminated for the vast majority of investigators."
“While LabArchives will incur a significant cost in providing this additional storage,” Mr. Beutler went on to say, “our partnership with the scientific community dictates that we remove barriers to adoption of this important technology which we believe helps to accelerate the progress of scientific research.”
LabArchives is a browser based application which can be used on the secure LabArchives servers, or can be locally installed. As a web-based application, all changes are instantly available to the full community of users. The latest release also contains a number of powerful new features, including enhanced notebook management and a special module for those teaching courses using LabArchives.
About LabArchives: LabArchives, LLC was founded by a team of experts in scientific computing and web-based development. It was established in 2009 to create an affordable and easy-to-use solution to the problem of laboratory organization and collaboration. It is used by scientists on 6 continents to store, organize, share, and publish laboratory data, as well as by instructors in many leading K-12 and colleges.
LabArchives Users Reach 100,000,000 Activities
LabArchives, the leading research data management platform with 235,000 users, announced its users have surpassed 100 million user activities.
CARLSBAD, CALIF. (PRWEB) MARCH 28, 2018 -- LabArchives, the leading research data management platform with 235,000 users, announced its users have surpassed 100 million user activities.
Researchers, professors, and laboratory students utilize LabArchives to safely store, organize, share, and publish their laboratory research. Users store research data, create chemical sketches, manage data, time-stamp discoveries, annotate drawings and images, upload attachments, and collaborate from within their LabArchives research notebook. The 235,000 users have created and managed more than 370,000 research notebooks on the platform.
More than 300 leading research institutions in the world use LabArchives as their primary digital research notebook solution to manage research data. Researchers, instructors, and students at these institutions maximize their efficiency, workflow, and data integrity with this platform.
LabArchives is proud to be the most frequently used digital research notebook platform.
About LabArchives:LabArchives is a cloud-based software application (Software-as-a-Service) which replaces the traditional paper notebooks used in professional research labs and higher education laboratory courses. The LabArchives ELN (Electronic Lab Notebook) solution is used by more than 235,000 scientists and professors, including Nobel laureates, to store, organize, share, and publish their laboratory data. For more information, visit http://www.labarchives.com.
SnapGene Releases New Integration with LabArchives
Scientists can now use SnapGene software together with LabArchives ELN
CHICAGO, ILL AND CARLSBAD, CALIF. (PRWEB) JULY 31, 2018 -- GSL Biotech has released a new integration to enable SnapGene software to connect seamlessly with LabArchives, the leading cloud-based Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) platform.
SnapGene specializes in the visualization and simulation of molecular biology procedures and LabArchives enables researchers to store all of their research data records in a secure, compliant online platform. Among the data which can be stored in LabArchives are cloning protocols and plasmid sequences.
Now, SnapGene users can upload sequence files directly to their LabArchives notebook. Users can open SnapGene files from their notebooks within LabArchives. All changes to any file will be recorded and stored in the LabArchives platform, including automatic full versioning.
This integration takes advantage of the strengths of both companies while giving common customers significant added flexibility and convenience.
The companies have stated this is a first level integration, with a deeper integration in development.
About Macmillan Learning:GSL Biotech was founded by scientists and software designers to meet the everyday needs of molecular biologists. GSL's SnapGene desktop software (snapgene.com) is used in more than fifty countries, in virtually every major research institution, and in most of the largest pharmaceutical and biotech companies worldwide. The software provides a simple yet powerful way for researchers to plan, visualize, document, and share their everyday molecular biology procedures. Free trials of the software are available from the SnapGene website.In addition to SnapGene, GSL Biotech offers the free SnapGene Viewer, which includes the key visualization tools of SnapGene and allows researchers to make DNA maps and design primers, as well as SnapGene Server, which allows interactive DNA maps to be displayed in a web browser.For more information, please visit https://www.snapgene.com. Media contact: Aline Glick, aglick(at)snapgene.com
About LabArchives:LabArchives is the leading lab notebook and research data management solution for more than 250,000 scientists, researchers, and professors and 270,000 students globally. More than 375 of the world’s leading research institutions trust LabArchives Professional Edition for research data management, collection, and compliance. LabArchives Classroom Edition replaces paper notebooks, printed lab manuals and course materials while reducing costs and improving student outcomes.
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