Despite Unanswered Questions, Pharma Views ELNs as Must-Have Technology | GenomeWeb
BOSTON — Adoption of electronic laboratory notebooks is on the rise among pharmaceutical firms, but according to speakers at a recent conference, the industry still has some concerns about the technology.
At Cambridge Healthtech Institute’s Bridging Pharma and IT conference this week in Boston, several speakers discussed how they are using electronic laboratory notebooks to manage experimental data, and a roundtable discussion on the topic was filled to capacity.

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