Hivebench

Hivebench is a flexible, easy-to-use Electronic Lab Notebook designed to fit Life Science workflows.

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About Hivebench

Hivebench is a flexible, easy-to-use Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) designed to fit typical life science workflows. Whether you’re a researcher, PI or  lab manager, Hivebench streamlines research data management by fully supporting comprehensive, consistent and catalogued data capture.

Why use an Electronic Lab Notebook

Comprehensive data

Ensure reproducibility by capturing comprehensive datasets and information about materials, methods and other experiment details

Consistent data

Standardize data description and management to optimize data storage and curation and optimize rigor, reproducibility and re-use.

Catalogued data

Make it easier to follow data trails and report on data management processes enabling improved transparency and accountability


How Hivebench helps researchers to unlock the full potential of research data

Drawing on feedback from across the research community, Elsevier has identified 10 characteristics that will unlock the full potential of research data. By integrating Hivebench ELN with a data repository, like Mendeley Data, researchers can easily comply to mandates and get the most value out of their research data.

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Why Hivebench

Only an Electronic Lab Notebook can structure to data records, ensuring re-usability and reproducibility, and make it far easier to share and preserve information. Hivebench is designed to help Life Scientists to prepare, conduct and analyse experiments, methods and protocols in a single location. The results can be shared easily with collaborators, institutional and domain-specific partners and funders. Life Scientists can  store and access their experimental results in a secure environment. All experimental details and results are traceable conform quality standards. This secures compliance to data management mandates as well as the evolving requirements of rigor and data reproducibility.

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