We all think we know how we should write up our lab notes. But how any of you actually do as good a job as you'd like day to day?
In the Protocols section, there is a nice new entry "Keeping a Good Lab Notebook" a which comes from the Bjorkman lab at Caltech that details a pretty sound set of rules to follow to stay on top of your experimental catalogue and to keep yourself honest.
If you have any other good tips to follow please continue this thread and/or use the comments section of the protocol page named above
Also, please upload your own General Lab rules to the General Lab Protocols section.