Lex4Lab reinvents the Electronic Lab NoteBook

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Publié le 30 April 2015

L. Brandon is proud to be part of the Lex4Lab project, a patented Electronic Lab Notebook that embeds tools for managing and sharing documents. Lex4Lab has been developed in the framework of a collaborative project involving the « Université de Technologie de Troyes », the LexPersona company and our firm.


This breakthrough innovation, subject of two patent applications under International priority, meets the needs in terms of security, mobility and accessibility of users from the world of Research and from small and medium companies. It gives a guarantee to lab notebook users of probative value and tracability of their documents, using a dedicated cryptographic tool.


To find out more about Lex4Lab,  please visit the dedicated website.

For more information about Lex Persona, please visit the LexPersona website.

You more specific details about the Université Technologique de Troyes,  go on the UTT website.


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