Cellara, LLC, releases CultureTrax, Productivity Software Designed for the Unique Complexities of Stem Cell Research
Cellara, LLC, releases CultureTrax, Productivity Software Designed for the Unique Complexities of Stem Cell Research
Madison, WI, June 3, 2019 — Cellara, LLC, a software-as-a-service company, announced today the commercial release of CultureTrax software V2.0. It is the first productivity software designed to meet the ... Read More
Controlled Study Measures the Impact of Software on Reproducing Stem Cell Protocols
Controlled Study Measures the Impact of Software on Reproducing Stem Cell Protocols
In this NIH-sponsored study, 27 skill-matched scientists performed a protocol they had not previously seen. The results underscore the challenges involved in translating a published protocol ... Read More
Independent Study Concludes Software Improves the Transfer and Reproducibility of Cell Culture Methods
Independent Study Concludes Software Improves the Transfer and Reproducibility of Cell Culture Methods
To improve reproducibility between researchers and increase laboratory efficiency, we examined a cloud-based software application, CultureTrax ... Read More
Support Discovery through Good Data Management: the FAIR Principles
Support Discovery through Good Data Management: the FAIR Principles
In 2018 the NIH published a Strategic Plan for Data Science, which endorses this concept of the “FAIR” principles, an initiative focused on overcoming obstacles for data discovery and research ... Read More
The Economics of Reproducibility in Preclinical Research
The Economics of Reproducibility in Preclinical Research
Low reproducibility rates within life science research undermine cumulative knowledge production and contribute to both delays and costs of therapeutic drug development ... Read More
Never Waste a Good Crisis: Confronting Reproducibility in Translational Research
Never Waste a Good Crisis: Confronting Reproducibility in Translational Research
The lack of reproducibility of preclinical experimentation has implications for sustaining trust in and ensuring the viability and funding of the academic research enterprise ... Read More