Take Notes Online and on the Mobile App


LabLog is the smartest, fastest, and simplest way to keep laboratory records. Researchers can simply take notes and plan experiments on their mobile phones or computers.

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Pay 75% Less for More Features and a Better Experience

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✓ Get free, local, and on-site support in the United States instead of paying thousands for remote support.
✓ Dedicated mobile apps work offline and sync online, vs Website interface online-limited with others.
✓ Integrated analytics features makes tracking experiment data and monitoring progress easy.
✓ Schedule experiments and create actionable protocols. Get notifications on your mobile devices.
✓ Send requests for document review and approval.
✓ Speed up FDA applications with an all-in-one solution for FDA electronic records compliance.
✓ Modern and powerful API integrates with your laboratory’s current systems.
✓ Flexible data storage options include in-house data storage, rather than the third-party ones offered by others.

LabLog is Easy for Everyone to Use

Find the tools you need without sacrificing usability. We developed the perfect amount of features to make your job easier, but not so many to add confusion.
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Your All-in-One Solution

The LabLog electronic lab notebook app helps researchers to create experiments, collect data, monitor progress, remain FDA compliant, and more.
"We chose LabLog because I had heard about the company from our peers, and they were all raving about the great features. We were not disappointed at all!"

- Adam Azulai, National Institutes of Health
➢ Local Support

Because we’re based in Maryland, we provide local support at your location in the United States.

➢ Data Storage

Flexible and secure data storage options include both on-premise and cloud options.

➢ Analytics

Gain meaningful insights from data recorded with the best online lab notebook app.

➢ FDA Compliance

Stay compliant while saving time and money with electronic records.

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