ELNs, (Electronic Lab Notebooks), are important tools in scientific workflows and play a fundamental role in the Lab of the Future. These systems capture experimental results, manage sample provenance and logistics, and allow iteration on the Design, Make, Test, Analyze (DMTA) loop.
Pairing ELNs together with cloud-native, data-centric solutions that automate the entire data life cycle — collection, centralization, harmonization, enrichment, export — allows researchers to benefit from seamless, end-to-end R&D data flow. Researchers quickly optimize experimental design and execution, validate experimental results, and accelerate discovery from the insights into the data while maintaining high data integrity and process reproducibility.
Watch this interactive panel discussion and Q&A with TetraScience Chief Scientific Officer, Mike Tarselli, Ph.D., MBA and IDBS VP of Business Development and Open Innovation, Scott Weiss, Ph.D., to learn how ELNs systems, paired with the Tetra Data Platform (TDP) facilitates: