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Thursday, 8 December 2016, at 04:00 pm: ELECTRONIC LAB NOTEBOOKS UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT

Thursday, 8 December 2016, at 04:00 pm: ELECTRONIC LAB NOTEBOOKS UNDER THE SPOTLIGHT

Which are the current data management challenges?
How reproducible is our research?

Is it hard to change from paper to electronic lab notebook?
I would like to use one, but my colleagues are not convinced.

Which are the pros and cons of a cloud software vs desktop software?
How can I access my research data? Is my data safe?

When can we expect IoT in research laboratories?
Can I connect ELN with instruments and other software?

Klemen Zupančič
As an ex researcher and CEO of sciNote, Klemen Zupančič believes that all researchers should have access to an expert and easy-to-use software where they can safely store and manage their data. During his PhD Klemen has started his own company BioSistemika who develops scientific software for end-users and industry. After five successful years as a CEO of the company, he founded another company sciNote LLC with its main product sciNote - Open Source Electronic Lab Notebook. Klemen will give us an overview how research data is currently being managed and how this will change in the future. Most of this 45 min webinar will be dedicated to the Q&A session, during which he will answer your questions about ELNs and address any concerns you might have.

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