Electronic laboratory notebook enables faster access to data and improved information quality due to centralized data repositories.
Real time data integrity eliminates manual calculations and sources of potential error.
Celerion customized and implemented Labnotes, a commercially available electronic laboratory notebook system to standardize bioanalytical processes and improve documentation consistency for all studies.
Consistent documentation for all studies
Benefit from faster access to data no matter where samples are analyzed.
Central data repositories support both local and global access so that individual scientists and production teams can review and approve bioanalytical study documentation as it is generated, eliminating needless delays.
Real-time data integrity eliminates manual calculations and sources of potential error
Benefit from improved data integrity and more confidence in all programs.
Electronic laboratory notebook builds in calculations for critical aspects of the bioanalytical workflow, standardizing everything from reference standard weighing to instrument and pipette calibration, increasing consistency and eliminating common sources of error. Instruments or materials that pass their calibration expiry date are flagged in the system so they will not be used without review.
Improved information quality
Benefit from built-in quality control throughout the bioanalytical workflow.
Real-time quality control provides a benefit to all studies throughout the bioanalytical workflow by ensuring quality data is delivered correctly the first time. The global team of scientists designed and implemented every secure form to optimize quality. All the documentation is legible and reliable, eliminating the need to query handwritten entries in notebooks or forms. Chromatographic columns, instruments, solutions and tools are all bar-coded and scanned into the system before use. Standardizing documentation frees scientists to design, organize, and share their methods and data along with securely protecting the analytical history of the project.