Facebook Pixel
chimp

Tag Archives | Laboratory Labels

primate on ground

Customer Spotlight: Field Research in the Jungle

What’s the deal with emerging infectious diseases? Emerging infectious diseases pose a serious threat to humans, animals, and their environments alike. There’s been a drastic increase in the number of infectious diseases affecting our population over the last 30 years (from Ebola, to SARS, to swine flu). This poses a serious question: What organizations are […]

Continue Reading
frozen vials with color-coding Cryogenic tubes in a cryogenic freezer, with outreached orange glove attempting to handle frozen vials with cryolabel

CryoLabel ® Choices – Taking the Confusion Out of Finding the Right Label

Since 1987, Electronic Imaging Materials has been offering labels for cryogenic storage. Along the way, we have tweaked and improved our CryoLabel ® products to fit many different types of extreme cold temperature applications. For instance, our 667 White CryoLabel® that is very conformable and suitable for most cryogenic applications. If you have frozen tubes […]

Continue Reading
Rubber gloves holding dental tools working on a patients orthodontic equipment

Cryogenic Labels for Dental Research

Having a reliable way to label samples is a must for research laboratories of all types. Hearing about the research our labels are a part of is one of the greatest perks of being a Label Expert. Recently we’ve been working closely with a University who were kind enough to fill us in on their […]

Continue Reading
Emu head graphic

Customer Spotlight: What is an Emu, Anyway?

We had to look it up ourselves. (It’s a bird distantly related to the ostrich.) One of our customers actually raises emus on a ranch. There are a number of useful products obtainable from an emu, including its lean meat, oil, skin, feathers, nails and even its huge colorful eggs (which are used for ornamental […]

Continue Reading
Person wearing a rubber glove holding a vial with a cryogenic label over a steamy lab cylinder

Pharmaceutical Testing Labels

Companies that discover and develop innovative products for healthcare patients and consumers worldwide rely on superior supporting materials. One such corporation is an international leader in pharmaceutical drugs, vaccines, diagnostic tests and devices that came to us f r their pharmaceutical testing labels. Their extensive studies are often complicated and entail harsh testing processes―for example, […]

Continue Reading
Orange plastic prescription pill containers with white lids

What Do Laboratory Labels and Research Posters Have in Common?

While Electronic Imaging Materials, Inc. focuses on laboratory labeling and tracking to make research easier, once research is complete it is time to share the results. One popular method to quickly impart compelling conclusions is a conference poster session. We recently came across two different resources that help make the most out of this communication […]

Continue Reading
Little girl riding on somebody's shoulders

Piggyback Rides and Piggyback Labels

“Want me to give you a piggy back ride?” That is a fairly common question when it comes to children. But would you ever think that labels ride piggyback? Well they do, and it is almost as common as a child getting a piggyback ride. Piggyback labels ride on the back of other labels and […]

Continue Reading
Tree graphic with a red crossed out circle

‘Cause I’m Tree, Tree Free

Have you ever noticed how most great things have their own theme songs? Just take Mighty Mouse, Captain Planet, Batman and Underdog, for example. I’d say they certainly deserve it… wouldn’t you agree? So, why not let some of our exceptional labels share in the glory? Our Archival, Lignin-Free, Wood-Free and Acid-Free Labels are pretty […]

Continue Reading
hand gripping a pen

Handwriting Labels Cramps

So you’ve got a situation on your hands. You’ve been handwriting labels for years, but now you notice productivity isn’t where it should be. You’re paying employees for more labor hours, but see even less output since there are so many mistakes. Handwriting Labels–Worth It? Statistics show that 1 out of every 300 handwritten characters […]

Continue Reading
Electronic Imaging Materials