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Are you starting your lab adventure?

Starting a lab is the perfect moment to do it organized. Use LabCollector for all your inventory management!

JustBio is giving you a startup boost by offering a special price on LabCollector.

LabCollector is an Intranet-based software that allows you to improve your information traceability and your samples tracking (quality management).
Built around 13 preconfigured modules (blue) that can interact with each other, LabCollector will manage a variety of day-to-day lab information like samples, cells, plasmids, chemical structures, equipments ...
All modules are preset with standard fields, for an easy and quick start, but to fit to your lab specific data scheme, LabCollector includes customization possibilities with unlimited extra fields.
Additionaly, unlimited custom modules (green) can be defined to store any type of information.

*Conditions: the offer is only available for newly created teams (less than 2 years). Spin-offs, service labs and sub-teams are excluded. A proof of lab installation will be required. PI must be at its first lab experience.
LabCollector Young Team is limited to 3 users: 1 super-administrator and 2 other users.

Expand LabCollector capabilities with additonnal modules (Add-ons)

ELN Scheduler Photobank SSM
Aquarium Events Calendar Tube sorter Plants manager

and more...

System requirements

- Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7, Linux, FreeBSD, Soarc Solaris 2.8 and MacOS X 10.2 and many others
- Apache or IIS Web Server. IIS is a standard option of Windows. Apache runs on Windows too
- PHP > 4.3.x (http://www.php.net)
- MySQL database server > 3.23.x and < 5.x (http://www.mysql.com)
- Recent Internet browser with Ajax technology support.
- Internet Explorer > 6, Firefox > 1.5, Opera > 8 or Safari 2 are recommended

For Windows system, we provide an installation wizard (all-in one package).
LabCollector is preferentially an Intranet application, but you can run it on a single computer too (like Win2000/XP computer) or install it in anay web server account, from your institute or from a commercial web hosting providers.

 

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