Having comprehensive and flexible laboratory information management software affords scientists the ability to improve the efficiency and quality of their research. Electronic lab notebooks have become an integral part of the modern laboratory, providing investigators creative solutions for organizing their precious data and streamlining workflows. Additionally, new digital solutions transform laboratories into more than just spaces for benchwork—they become havens for collaboration as sharing information becomes simplified and more secure.

In this GENcast, we will hear about an ongoing case study at Wageningen University where digital lab transformation has helped one department manage and catalog its data while simultaneously inspiring new communications among investigators. Laboratories find trustful partners like Bio-ITech select part of the Eppendorf group) to drive the change. Learn how Wageningen University overcame the hurdle and mastered the challenges of their digital transformation. Take a listen!


Erwin Seinen, PhD
Vice President
Part of the Eppendorf Group

Katharina Hanika
Doctoral Candidate
Department of Plant Breeding
Wageningen University

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