FOx Biosystems

[March 2021]

 

FOx Biosystems was founded in 2017 as a spin-off from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, abbreviated KU Leuven, (Belgium). We aim to revolutionize life sciences research and production using its real-time, label-free analysis technology. The FOx technology is based on an innovative, fiber-optic-based surface plasmon resonance biosensor. It enables users to generate high-quality biomolecular data such as affinity, kinetic, and concentration measurements. FOx biosensor technology offers several benefits compared to existing biomolecular analysis tools, including improved ease of use, higher speed, wider applicability, and superior cost-effectiveness. FOx Biosystems sells instruments, reagents, and services to improve biomolecular interaction analysis in life science research and industry.

FOx Biosystems implements eLabJournal to accurately and efficiently manage all generated laboratory research data

Challenge – To establish an electronic lab notebook system shared by all employees

Solution – Enabled accurate and efficient management of all generated research data

Result – Clear subdivision of all projects, studies, and experiments, allowing supervisors to review the completed experiments

 

Thanks to eLabJournal, FOx Biosystems is able to accurately and efficiently manage all generated laboratory research data. The user-friendly and straightforward Electronic Lab Notebook (ELN) software enables us to centralize orders, collect and track sample information, make reservations for our devices and generate protocols. Implementation of eLabJournal within FOx Biosystems went very fluently, since everything is accessible with only a few clicks. We can strongly recommend the use of eLabJournal to other companies and academic institutions, since they will benefit from all its advantages.

 

Anne Houbrechts, Research Manager

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