Biosensor manufacturer implements ELN

e2v Biosensors has chosen Klee’s Kalabie electronic laboratory notebook software to record and process research and development information.

Dr Ailie McCabe, development manager at e2v biosensors, said: ‘Kalabie ELN centralises and secures all data from experimental work with the high level of traceability we required. Furthermore, we can now find, pull-out and export information on any given project with minimal effort compared to that needed in a paper-based environment.’

While many ELNs are most suitable for chemistry research, e2v needed a flexible ELN that brought together many disciplines, materials science, computational fluid dynamics, molecular modelling and chemistry.

According to Dr Brian Allen, a general manager at e2v, ease of use was an important factor in choosing the software. The software also needed to provide traceability and quality control of data.

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