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Scientists are looking for ways to leverage web 2.0 technologies in the research laboratory and as a consequence a number of approaches to web-based electronic notebooks are being evaluated. In this presentation I discuss the Eureka Research Workbench, an electronic laboratory notebook built on semantic technology and XML. Using this approach the context of the information recorded in the laboratory can be captured and searched along with the data itself. A discussion of the current system is presented along with the next planned development of the framework and long-term plans relative to linked open data. Presented at the 246th American Chemical Society Meeting in Indianapolis, IN, USA on September 12th, 2013.