Electronic Lab Notebook

Use Labii as Electronic Lab Notebook


An Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) is a software tool that in its most basic form replicates an interface much like a page in a paper lab notebook.
Labii can be used as an Electronic Lab Notebook to replace paper lab notebooks.


There are some specific requirements for ELN, especially when it is used in the biotech and pharmaceutical industry.

FDA 21 CFR part 11

Labii meets the regulation requirements of FDA 21 CFR part 11. Specifically:
  • Use blockchain technology to keep the integrity of a record.
  • Creates a new version for every single change.
  • Captures a complete audit trail with user information, timestamp, before and after values.
  • Assign a unique ID for every record.
  • Electronic signature to lock a record.


Labii creates a new version for every single change. The comment message can be customized to document the reason for the change. All old versions can be previewed and can be restored. Learn more here.

Audit trail

Labii captures a complete audit trail with user information, timestamp, before and after values. Learn more here.

Collaboration and Permission

Labii comes with sophisticated permission control to manage who can view/edit what records. Learn more here.

File uploading

Files can be uploaded by drag and drop to the Files widget. The uploaded files can be previewed and edited. Learn more here.


The templates can be created for repetitive experiments. Learn more here.
All of your input data can be searched easily. Learn more here.



The experiment table is used to document all notes for a specific experiment. There is no limit on how much data should go into an experiment note. Multiple experiments can be created on one day, or multiple days of work can be condensed into one experiment note.
The experiment table enables you to record the start date and end date of the experimentation. It also comes with sections to document the purpose, the procedures, and the results of the experiment. The Signature section enables you to sign the document.


All protocols can be managed in the protocols table.


All upload files are managed in the files table.