EV Biotech

EV Biotech builds a sustainable future with help from eLABJournal

EV Biotech is an interdisciplinary start-up based in Groningen, the Netherlands, founded by a team of three young, enthusiastic scientists. Our mission is the biological production of high-value chemical compounds for the flavors and fragrances, biomaterial, agriculture and pharmaceutical markets.

Linda Dijkshoorn

“EV Biotech is a start-up company. eLABJournal has made the set-up of our laboratory very easy. It gives us the tools to organize the laboratory and share our projects and data.”

Linda Dijkshoorn Genetic Engineer, CEO and founder



Goal:

Steer the chemical industry from unsustainable and oil-based sources to microbial production using a combination of the cutting edge techniques in microbiology, genetic engineering, and systems biology. EV Biotech’s long term goal is to become one of the established strain developers in Europe.

Challenge – Make all documentation in the lab suitable for reporting to outside parties

EV Biotech’s long-term goal is to become one of the established strain developers in Europe. For that purpose, well-organized documentation is of utmost importance.

Solution – Easy setup of the laboratory workflow

eLAB helped us in many different ways when starting our lab. We used it to set up the inventory system for our company—it is easy to add or adapt the navigation and to change products to different storage units, which happens frequently in the beginning, when a lot of products are bought for the lab. And it enables us to follow FDA guidelines, to keep good documentation, and to store and manage standard protocols so that they do not need to be created and reprinted every time we need them.

Result – Organized laboratory with easy to share projects and data

eLABJournal has made the setup of our laboratory very easy. It gives us the tools to organize the laboratory and share our projects and data with a complete history, which is secure and readily retrieved.

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