The labfolder team has great news to share with all of our readers and especially the Max Planck researchers!
The Max Planck Society and labfolder have signed a contract for organization-wide use of the digital laboratory data management software labfolder. The deal implies that all laboratories and scientists working in Max Planck Institutes worldwide will be able to implement labfolder in their research to optimize data recording and management.
Regarding the contract, Dr. Frank Sander, Managing Director of the Max Planck Digital Library, the central unit for the provision and development of information and data management services in the Max Planck Society, said that „There is an enormous demand for scientists within the Max Planck Society for switching to digital lab notebooks. We are very happy to provide our scientists via labfolder with a solution which helps them to efficiently handle their daily data management tasks. The flexibility of the system allows the use of labfolder across the different research disciplines in the Max Planck Society and facilitates the exchange between scientists and with scientific data tools and services.”
We are delighted that one of the leading research organizations has trusted labfolder to secure and manage their researcher’s data. Our team is looking forward to working in partnership with all Max Planck Institutes to implement our software and bring their data recording and management to the digital ecosystem.
Are you an MPI researcher interested in having labfolder implemented in your lab or institute? Please do not create an account in www.labfolder.com, since a dedicated server can be installed in your institute.
To know more about this and clarify additional questions, please contact Dr. Anne Kriegel, labfolder’s MPS Account Manager.
If you are interested in learning more about how labfolder can help bringing scientific data management to faculties and large institutions across countries and continents, get in touch!: