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Quartzy makes it easy to track your lab inventory, orders, protocols and shared equipment.
Bryan Doreian, Case Western Reserve University
The Quartzy Structure
Here's how Quartzy is organized: once you have created an account, you create or join Groups. A Quartzy Group is a collection of people at an institution. Groups have Admins and Members. Examples of Groups include Lab Groups, Department Groups, or Facilities Groups. For example, some departments have common inventories or machines used by all labs. Now they can create a group on Quartzy and easily share them with the people in their department. Groups are completely customizable and can meet the needs of virtually any organizational structure.
Use one module or all four.
Different labs have different needs. Some Quartzy members only use it to manage their shared facilities, while some use it only to manage inventory and orders. You can choose to use only one of the modules or all four. Whatever meets your needs.
Prasanna Ramachandran, Washington University
Control your privacy.
The Quartzy founders are scientists, and therefore we know how important privacy is in science. When designing the site we made sure that you are in complete control of your privacy settings at all times, and can change them to meet your needs.
How is Quartzy free?
At Quartzy our goal is to become THE standard way to run a lab. As a consequence: 1) it needs to be as easy to use as possible, and 2) it needs to be free for scientists. Our top-notch designers and software engineers take care of #1, and we partner with forward-thinking vendors of lab supplies and reagents to run deals and sponsored listings which ensures we can achieve #2.