Atrium Research, a market research organization dedicated to scientific informatics, released the Electronic Laboratory Notebook eHandbook. Built from the company’s flagship examination of ELN Electronic Laboratory Notebooks: A Foundation for Scientific Knowledge Management, this new single CPU eBook provides an affordable alternative for those who do not require the portability of the multi-user PDF.
This Windows-executable program is the essential guide for anyone interested in ELN technology. Containing over 700 pages of content divided into fourteen chapters, the ELN eHandbook covers technology, best practices for vendor selection and implementation, legal and regulatory requirements, trends, market survey data, and over 200 pages of supplier product reviews.
“A segment of our clients requested a lower cost research offering,” said Michael H Elliott, CEO of Atrium Research & Consulting LLC. “With our support of a green environment, we felt an eBook format was preferable to a printed bound book. However, we did not want to force our customers to purchase additional eBook hardware. The compiled HTML of the ELN eHandbook enables it to be read on any Windows XP or Vista computer.”
Release Date: August 21, 2009
Source: Atrium Research & Consulting LLC