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Quartzy: Free lab management for life scientists

In the lab where I’m doing PhD in genetics had to purchase a lab management software in order to make these processes clear inside the lab. That’s why it’s a shame I only discovered Quartzy, a free lab management tool for life scientists, now.

Quartzy, a company founded by two Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons alumni, is garnering wide acceptance in the Life Science community. Quartzy is an online lab management tool that offers a new way to streamline the acquisition and cataloguing of reagents and other supplies that scientists need to conduct experiments. It also offers a standardized mechanism to organize laboratories and improve communication among scientists.

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  1. A very good and usuful software. and and incredibly … is free.

    July 15, 2010
  2. I think it is about time that that lab management software has finally become more popular with and more available to life scientists. For the last two years, we at BioKM ( have been talking with many academic labs, emphasizing the importance and benefits of online laboratory management. BioKM offers a free account where a researcher can manage up to 3 projects. The software is online with no need to download anything and is completely ad-free. Our goal is to help researchers manage their data, so we specifically aim to keep all our academic plans inexpensive and affordable.

    July 19, 2010

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