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Shazino at Axon@LeWeb 2014

Friday, 12 December 2014

As you probably have noticed, a lot of new startups focused on scientists have emerged in the past few years. Last Tuesday, Victor Henning from Mendeley invited 13 of these startups, including Shazino, at LeWeb in Paris for an event called “Axon@LeWeb”. Read on...

A better Lab Assistant for iPad and iPhone

Friday, 8 August 2014

Launched last January, Hivebench is now used by hundreds of scientists all around the world – a big thanks to all of you. Read on...

PaperShip comes to the Mac

Monday, 3 March 2014

PaperShip, the popular iPad and iPhone reference manager for students and scientists, is now available as a desktop application, bringing the same simplicity and efficiency to the Mac. Read on...

Meet the new Hivebench

Thursday, 30 January 2014

Introducing a reboot of the Hivebench platform Read on...

PaperShip, 2013 in Review

Friday, 20 December 2013

A lot of things happened this year, so we wanted to take a step back and talk a bit about PaperShip. Read on...

PaperShip for iOS 7

Thursday, 17 October 2013

Last month, we introduced a whole new version of PaperShip optimized for iOS 7, with more innovative features. Read on...

Deploying the Zotero WebDAV server on heroku for development and tests

Monday, 9 September 2013

Zotero offers the possibility to synchronize your documents on a WebDAV server. This article will show you how you can setup a WebDAV server on heroku, for development and tests purposes around the Zotero platform. Read on...

PaperShip 2.0 for Zotero

Tuesday, 3 September 2013

New iOS app brings Zotero libraries and PDF annotation to mobile devices. Read on...

Run your SaaS Product in Enterprise Mode

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

It is common to deploy web applications into the cloud. It is, however, much less to deploy them on your customer’s server too. Let’s see how we achieved that. Read on...

Scientists from the 21st century

Wednesday, 31 July 2013

The way research is done has greatly evolved those last years. In the 21st century, scientists are more collaborative than ever. It includes more opening by contributing to the different components of the Open Science movement, but also more real-time collaboration through the social web. Those actions are not only aimed at the scientific community, but also at the public that is more and more involved by scientists trough crowdsourcing and crowdfunding. All this lead to what is called the Science 2.0. Read on...