Overview: Cutting and pasting print-outs into a paper lab notebook can consume up to 25% of a scientist's workday, reducing the time left for science. Eliminating scissors and glue is reason enough for equipping scientists with an electronic lab notebook (ELN), however, the true value of the ELN extends far beyond replacing paper.
Committing to an ELN provides a more collaborative, productive, and insightful electronic lab environment. In the electronic lab, scientists can quickly process and analyze data from multiple sources in multiple contexts. More importantly, they can shift their focus from formatting information to interpreting results and making decisions faster. In this webinar, Johnson & Johnson describe how they implemented an ELN in their large and small molecule API, and their drug product and analytical groups, and how these teams are working together more efficiently and productively as a result.
This webinar will provide information on:
- Approaches to ELN implementation, including integrating data from multiple sources
- Using data warehousing in the ELN to mine and extract more scientific knowledge
- Accelerating product development using standard recipes within the ELN
What you'll learn in this webinar:
- Value of the ELN in sharing information across formulation, process and analytical scientists
- Role of the ELN as part of a broader strategy around data warehousing
- Lessons learned regarding ELN deployment across a functionally and geographically
Who should attend?
- Lab managers and directors
- IT professionals
- Business executives
Global Head, Research IT
Johnson & Johnson Pharmaceutical
Research & Development (J&JPRD)
Ann M. Thayer