Have you thought about trying an electronic lab notebook for organizing and perhaps sharing some data? Washington University Libraries now provides access to ChemBioOffice® Ultra v.14.0. This license is available to all of WU including the medical campus. The ChemBioOffice software suite includes tools for 3D modeling, scientifically intelligent searching, data visualization, analysis and management: ChemBioDraw, ChemBio3D, ChemFinder, BioViz, BioAssay, PerkinElmer Inventory and PerkinElmer E-Notebook electronic laboratory notebook.
More information [2 page pdf]
Individual users can download the software via this link: http://sitelicense.cambridgesoft.com/sitelicense.cfm?sid=2642
Biology e-Notebook info
More information, training, and product webinars
I would love to collect some stories and comments about this new tool. Is training needed? Do you love it? Should the library be spending funds on tools like this? Let me know! Thanks. Ruth Lewis.