Can you track all last-minute changes such as protocol deviations while doing experiments?
Although protocols are state of the art guidelines, scientists often make last minute and on-the-fly important decisions while conducting experiments. Tracking such deviations is challenging when using pen and paper or ELN tools.
Scientists realized that the best way to document small and unexpected changes in protocols is by recording voice notes (hands-free!) during their experiments.
On-the-go Data Access
> LabTwin allows scientists to take notes on the go, at the site of experimentation, and label all annotations so they can easily track protocol amendments.
> Scientist can flag and annotate individual protocols in different experiments
> Researchers can group and track changes using labels on LabTwin’s mobile and web app