Klemen Zupancic has launched a new project Kickstarter forum open source scientific notebook aptly named the sciNote which has been designed to help organise your scientific data both safely and securely in one place.
Watch the video below to learn more about this easy-to-use application that guarantees traceability and provides collaboration between the scientific communities.
The open source system is also compatible with existing tools software instruments and additional modules are available to tailor the system to your research and workflow.
Rapid scientific progress generates more and more data. However, most researchers still use paper laboratory notebooks to keep track of their experiments and projects. Now it is time for a change. Lost scientific results and hours spent writing, cutting, gluing and searching your printed digital data in your paper laboratory journals are history.
We are introducing sciNote, a new open source electronic scientific notebook, that helps you manage your laboratory work and stores all your experimental data in one place. sciNote is specifically designed for life science students, researchers, lab technicians and laboratory managers.
sciNote is designed to be very intuitive so you can start using it immediately. It runs as a cloud application or you can install it locally. There is no limitation for the number of users so it is suitable for labs of any size. Everything you change in sciNote is time stamped, so full traceability is guaranteed.
Jump over to the Kickstarter crowdfunding website to make a pledge from just $10 to be part of the beta testing phase with modular pledges available from $25.