Now they will put the spotlight on sciNote, a free open source electronic lab notebook (ELN).
sciNote has been released in February after the successful Kickstarter campaign.
sciNote has a user-friendly interface for managing laboratory work and is safe for storing all scientific data.
Boston, MA, November 27, 2015 --(PR.com)-- BIO-IT company BioSistemika LLC believes that laboratories deserve reliable and easy-to-use software at affordable prices, that's why they created sciNote - an open source electronic laboratory notebook (ELN).
"After fighting our own battle with growing amount of scientific data, we wanted to design a software platform, where every scientist could store their data and would be able to share it with everyone else," explained Klemen Zupancic, PhD in Biomedicine, leader of the team behind sciNote. "That is why we created sciNote, a free, open source, modular software specifically designed for life science students, researchers, technicians and laboratory managers."
In addition, sciNote has a user-friendly interface for managing laboratory work and is safe for storing all scientific data.