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July 18, 2022

RSpace at the Research Notebooks Community Discussion

We attended the online Research Notebooks Community Discussion on June 16th, hosted by the University of Glasgow and supported by JISC. The call featured case studies of electronic research notebook adoption and a wider discussion on how to enable ERN adoption. Özlem Özkan from the Max Delbrück Center for Molecular Medicine in the Helmholtz Association (MDC) and James Wilson from University College London presented their ELN/ERN decision process and why they chose RSpace. They also detail their onboarding process and reflect on the challenges of adoption.

While the meeting was not recorded, extensive meeting notes are available.

RSpace is a fully integrated sample management and electronic lab notebook solution. Build a record of your research in an ELN that connects with the research tools you already use: request a demo or contact us to learn more.

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