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2014-01-13 08:26:03

BISHOP'S STORTFORD, England, January 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Translational Drug Discovery Group at the University of Sussex enhance their use of the Dotmatics Platform with the addition of Dotmatics' ELN, Studies Notebook Dotmatics [http://www.dotmatics.com ], a leading provider of scientific informatics solutions and services to the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries, is pleased to announce today that the Translational Drug Discovery Group at the...

2010-11-26 00:01:47

Amphora's iPad ELN fully supports Apple's new iOS 4.2 including the new printing architecture. Scientists can now, not only access their work where ever they need to using PatentSafe on the iPad, but also submit work as it happens direct from the bench, or field. Cheyenne, WY (PRWEB) November 24, 2010 Amphora Research Systems is delighted to announce that their award winning PatentSafe ELN system fully supports the new iOS 4.2 software update from Apple. In conjunction with the new AirPrint...

2010-11-17 00:01:07

Data Integrity Solution Enables Long-term, Legal Defensibility of IP Ownership San Diego, CA (PRWEB) November 16, 2010 Surety, LLC, the leading provider of data integrity protection solutions, and Rescentris, an electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) and scientific content management software solution provider, today announced at IQPC's 7th Forum on Laboratory Informatics conference that Rescentris has integrated Surety's AbsoluteProof® Service into its Collaborative Electronic Research...

2005-08-31 17:57:02

DURHAM, N.C. -- Electronic laboratory notebooks can be a valuable part of a college science education but are not yet a substitute for traditional paper laboratory notebooks, according to a Duke University chemistry instructor. "The reason it is a big year for electronic laboratory notebooks is that several of the major pharmaceutical companies are ready to provide their scientists electronic laboratory notebooks," said Todd Woerner, who manages chemistry teaching laboratories at Duke. "So...

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