Laboratory Management Tools Webinar: Using Electronic Lab Notebooks (ELNs) to Support Data Management and Collaboration

Electronic lab notebooks (ELNs) have evolved in the past decade from digital collections of lab notes to platforms that will automate data management tasks and enhance cross-team collaboration. Unlike unstructured paper or digital notebooks not designed for lab use, many ELNs now provide tools for inventory, compliance, and team management that will streamline processes within labs, save time, improve efficiency, and reduce R&D costs.

In this webinar, SciNote‘s Manager of the Americas Wade Opperman and Content Specialist Theresa Liao will discuss how ELNs can help you effectively manage data within the lab, accelerate discoveries, and create a collaborative research environment. We will also share use cases and lessons learned in the industry, that can help jump start your selection and implementation. The webinar will end with a short demo of SciNote‘s main features and functionalities.

You will leave the webinar knowing you are ready to start exploring ELN options and taking the next step in lab digitalization.

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Meet the Hosts

Wade Opperman, Manager of the Americas, SciNote

Wade Opperman has over 20 years of experience providing software solutions to customers in the Healthcare and Science sectors. He has been immersed in the ELN industry with SciNote for 6 years, consulting with large and small biohealth, biotech, and life sciences companies to provide laboratory production and quality assurance services; he is proud to list the FDA as one of the customers fully using SciNote.

Theresa Liao, Content Specialist, SciNote

Theresa Liao has a research background in Experimental Medicine, and more than 15 years of experience in leading digital projects and developing resources to support researchers in adopting digital solutions. She oversees content development at SciNote, creating webinars, blog posts, and other materials that share insights into data management and lab digitalization.


Jan 25 2024


12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
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