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Free colony management software that helps you access, update, and share your data in real-time.
Create greater efficiencies by accessing, updating, and sharing your data in real time wherever and whenever.
At Transnetyx, we believe that the three R’s (refinement, reduction, and replacement) are key to efficient, humane research. With streamlined communication and convenient task management, our Colony software promotes efficient practices and reduces the number of non-scientifically useful animals.
Enter your enrollment key at the link below to try out the Colony software. If you don’t have an enrollment key, you can enter the key PLAYGROUND to explore the software.
Want to set up your own group and begin using Colony in your lab? Contact our team to get a personalized enrollment key and begin sharing your data.
Data is automatically updated via the cloud in real time. When internet access is not available, lab animal professionals can record data in offline mode — Colony will sync the data when internet access is restored. Plus, genotyping results from Transnetyx will be automatically applied to animal data as soon as they’re ready.
When everyone is using the same data, there’s less room for error. The Colony software is easy to use, and provides integrated task management to help you avoid wasting time resources.
Our iOS app has integrated barcode scanning to simplify racks and rooms setup and makes your animal counts simple and convenient.
Get detailed insights into how Colony can help you make your lab more efficient and accurate. Take a look at the webinar series from our experts.
Colony is always free to use, but the software works best with AMI. Try AMI, the proactive AI that monitors your colony goals, provides breeding efficiency alerts, recommends tasks, and maximizes the amount of scientifically viable animals in every cage.