TOP 17 research tools of 2017

Top research tools 2017

The year 2017 has come to an end. Looking back, here’s a roundup of the Top 17 trending research tools of 2017 that were most appreciated and used by the brilliant people of the LabWorm community.

So without further ado, let’s see what the LabWormers picked as the top sites of 2017.

1. Unpaywall

Amazing chrome extension that lets you easily find free text versions for publications

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2. Helix
Hands-free, voice enabled, artificially intelligent virtual assistant for your lab. Helix helps you get stuff done.

 

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3. Granatum

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4. Figures

Beautiful new way to create, share and kickstart collaborative figure editing

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5. Researcher
Researcher is a neat app that helps you stay up-to-date with the latest academic research

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6. Gene ORGANizer
Ever wondered which organs are phenotypically affected by your genes?

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7. bionode
Open source community that aims at building highly reusable tools and code for bioinformatics by leveraging the Node.JS ecosystem

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8. SciFlow
Research platform that allows you to write, improve, and publish your work in a single place

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9. Genome Data Viewer
A genome browser supporting the exploration and analysis of more than 500 eukaryotic RefSeq genome assemblies

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10. FastQt
Simple way to do quality control for raw sequence data meant for high throughput sequencing pipelines

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11. Opentrons
Makes liquid handling automation accessible to life-science labs of all sizes

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12. PaperBuzz
Track the online buzz around scholarly articles to read the latest research people are talking about

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13. Pluto Network
Cutting edge decentralized scholarly communication platform using block-chain technology

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14. BenchSci
Machine learning software that can find and extract antibody usage data from published articles

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15. Massive Science Consortium
A group of scientists dedicated to making science accessible to everyone

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16. QuPath
Super useful open source software for Quantitative Pathology, including TMA & image analysis

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17. Labstep
build and share libraries of interactive experimental protocols. Walking through these step-by-step automatically records your progress.

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We would like to thank all of you for being part of the LabWorm community and making these great choices. We are already anxious to see what you LabWormers will be up to in this coming year. Have a fantastic 2018 and may the Worm be with you all!

 

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