Award For Instrument That Prints Text, Barcodes, 2D Codes and Graphics on Plastic Tubes

CHELMSFORD, Mass., May 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- As Brooks Life Sciences cements its commitment to developments in the biobanking industry that accelerate research and improve patient health – the events at ISBER 2018 in Dallas, TX last week only magnify this dedication.

One of Brooks Life Sciences' newest innovations, the IntelliXmark™ won the ISBER Outstanding New Product Award. IntelliXmark is an innovative instrument that prints text, linear barcodes, 2D codes, and graphics directly onto plastic sample tubes. It is resistant to alcohol, water, liquid nitrogen, and mechanical abrasion.

Brooks Life Sciences Product Marketing Manager, Mike Thurogood, highlighted that IntelliXmark can eliminate the need for less-reliable labels or marker pens in the lab.

"The IntelliXmark allows clean, simple, durable labelling directly onto plastic sample tubes. So, all that supplementary information such as patient IDs and lot numbers can be printed directly onto the tubes," he explained. "It creates consistently legible text and barcodes at high resolutions for ease and convenience in the lab."

Speaking of the place where science evolves – Dr. Andy Brooks, Chief Scientific Officer for Brooks Life Sciences, was honored with the ISBER Special Service Award at the annual meeting.

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