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Lab Archives

LabArchives is flexible and intuitive electronic notebook system that supports collaboration, a safe and secure environment to store all of your important research notes, protocols, methodology, and data.

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Webinar training session for new users or beginners will be held on Thursday February 13th, from 2:00 - 3:30pm in the Hiatt Conference Room S1-608.  Register for the training here:



What are the benefits of Lab Archives?


  • Strong niche in EDU industry (Tufts University Medical School, Cornell University, University of Wisconsin-Madison, California Institute of Technology, University of Oxford, MIT, University of Michigan, Ohio State University to name a few)
  • Preferred partner of Internet 2+, the consortium/partnership of the nation’s top Universities
  • Strong system integrations with products like Graphpad, ChemDoodle & other tools
  • Discipline agnostic and can be used by Chemists, Biologists, Bioinformaticists & others
  • The only vendor known to have globally recognized Date & Time stamp audit trail
  • The only ELN with controls to prevent data from ever being deleted
  • Compliant with Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act
  • CFR 21.11 certified for eSignatures as required by NIST standards
  • Addresses federal funder requirements for Data Management Plans
  • Assists with developing best practices in research data management
  • Large File Upload - Ability to upload files that are up to 4GB in size

How Do I Get Started?

Test the ELN right now by creating an account at  Follow these instructions to set up your account. If you have been using paper notebooks or another form of electronic notebook, contact us so we can discuss how best to help you to move your existing notes/data to the LA platform.

Contact Us

If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to any of us at any time.

Byron Deane, Manager - Lab IT Innovations & Consulting Solutions | Office: 508-856-3354 | Mobile: 508-207-3678

Technical questions can also be directed to LabArchives Support, at or by phone at 800-653-5016