Record your lab experiments directly in your electronic lab notebook.
Easily integrate any kind of data from your computer.
Several scientists, one project, at the same time.
Knowledge can be easily stored and shared, templates can be re-used, and team members can consult shared protocols online.
Share & discuss your research.
Share and discuss data within your team through our communication tools. Invite collaborators to your projects and record all the details of your next big scientific breakthrough in a single place that is accessible to the people you trust.
Tailored to the structure of your team.
Detailed user share settings to ensure that each individual team member has access to the right content and nothing else.
Assign and monitor tasks.
Whether it is for routine work or something new, you can ensure that your team is following the required steps. Status updates and feedback sessions only take a minute.
Most recent regulatory requirements up to date.
Your lab book will be assured and data will be easily controlled through Time Stamps, Full Audit Trail, Sign & Witness and LDAP.
ISO, FDA and GxP compliance.
Laboratories can be under different regulatory guidelines but we have you covered. Labfolder is used by thousands of scientists that comply with ISO standards (like ISO 9001, ISO 13485, ISO 15189 or ISO 17025), GxP (GMP & GLP) and FDA CFR 21 Part 11.
“As a PI, I use Labfolder in my expanding research group to help me keep track of the increasing number of projects and growing amount of data we generate. It is an important part of our efforts to towards a more digital and interconnected research group.”
Dr. Thomas Crouzier
Group leader, KTH Stockholm
“Using Labfolder I have completely stopped using paper notes in the laboratory. I store every single step of our R&D processes on the electronic lab notebook. We are planning to go completely paperless”.
Dr. Yair Pilpel
Head of R&D, EIO Biomedical ltd
“Our research data is digital, so it is more intuitive to record experiments in an ELN. I found labfolder to be a big step forward; it is easy to generate, store and retrieve data, and I can collaborate with other researchers”.
Mate Ravasz, PhD.
Postdoc, University of Edinburgh