ELN for Research and Development
Research and development typically focuses on innovations and proof of concepts, often using a small set of samples. As long as the data generated by researchers can be replicated by other scientists and meets all regulatory requirements, there is no need to document every detail. Scientists prefer to capture results quickly and with minimal effort, which is why they tend to document their data in one segment each day—simply noting what they worked on that day. A rich text editor with support for different file types may be best suited for this purpose.
At Labii, we developed the Notes function to make it easy for researchers and developers to quickly document what they worked on each day, as well as meet the requirements of an electronic lab notebook. With this feature, you can easily create quick notes and fulfill all of your research and development needs.
In order to use the Electronic Lab Notebook in Labii, you must first install the Electronic Lab Notebook application or entry table. If Electronic Lab Notebook application is selected when creating the account, then this step can be skipped.
- 1.Select Applications from Settings -> Applications
- 2.Click Add application and select Add from a template
- 3.Choose Electronic Lab Notebook from the pop-out modal. A lack of such an option indicates that you have already installed it.
Following the configuration, you should have the following tables installed:
By signing a document in Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN), you are certifying that the record you generated or witnessed is accurate to the best of your knowledge. This signature ensures that the data generated meets regulatory requirements, such as FDA 21 CFR part 11 as well as enables other scientists to replicate the results based on the signed document. With a lab notebook containing signatures, you have a legally valid and permanently written record of your lab's research that can be used in a court of law for patent investigations.
The audit trail feature in Labii ELN allows for the tracking and recording of all changes made to an experiment, including who made the changes and when. This feature provides a clear and complete history of an experiment, ensuring that all data is secure and tamper-proof, and easier to identify any potential problems or issues.