best-tools-2016

TOP 16 research tools of 2016

The year 2016 has come to an end. Looking back, here’s a roundup of the Top 16 trending online tools of 2016 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 2016.

1. Protocols.io

Discover & share science protocol knowledge. An open access platform for sharing and discovering up-to-date life science methods.

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2. Publons
Keep a record of every peer review you do for the world’s journals.¬†Publons provides statistics about how peer review behaviour compares across individuals, disciplines, institutions and countries.

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3. matters
Single observation publishing.  At Matters, you do not have to wait to assemble all the data to tell a story.

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4. Figshare
Repository where users can make all of their research outputs available in a citable, shareable and discoverable manner.

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5. Wellcome Open Research
Immediate & Transparent Publishing. A journal that allows researchers to rapidly publish any results they think are worth sharing.

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6. Science disrupt
Creating a change in science. A group that records podcasts, writes editorials and runs events aimed at improving science.

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7. sciNote
Open source electronic lab notebook, which helps you organize your scientific data and safely store it in one place.

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8. JAX-CKB
Accelerate interpretation of your NGS data. A knowledgebase connecting targeted therapies to genomic variants.

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9. MedStartr
Crowdfunding platform for biomedical & healthcare research.

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10. Repositive
Discover a better way of searching for genomic data. Enabling easy search and access to genomic data.

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11. Workspace
More than just a reference manager. Manage your research online and conveniently access it from any computer.

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12. PAPERHIVE
The co-working hub for researchers. Collaborative reading of articles & books while engaging in discussions direclty over the content.

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13. Biovista Vizit
Visual bibliographic search tool. Search tool based on PubMed that helps biomedical scientists with their research, discovery work and collaboration.

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14. ZAGENO
Digital life sciences marketplace & comparison engine to find and buy the right biotech kits.

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15. Bioz
Search engine to get insights from scientific papers about methods, tools, and reagents.

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16. SCI.AI
Write semantic science. User friendly structuring of biomedical texts so that articles can be machine-readable and published in media format.

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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 2017 and may the Worm be with you all!

 

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