Personal Archiving & Sharing: “Six-Digit Deal for ‘Evernote for Researchers’ Labfolder”
From Venture Village:
Three former researchers are now aiming for one lofty goal: to build the “Evernote for researchers”. Simon Bungers is a molecular biologist, Florian Hauer a biophysicist and Mathias Schäffner is a software architect – together, they developed Labfolder, a digital tool for documenting and planning experiments.
The startup is also working to be market-ready by the end of the year – it already has a beta version, which 600 people are currently using.
Labfolder hopes to remain free for individual researchers and smaller research groups…
Direct to Labfolder Web Site/Register for Beta
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