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Jul. 31, 2014

Bruker Announces Acquisition of High-Speed, 3D Super-Resolution Fluorescence Microscopy Company ...

Bruker announced that it has acquired Vutara, a provider of high-speed, three-dimensional (3D), super-resolution fluorescence microscopy for life science applications. Transaction details were not disclosed. Vutara's estimated revenue for the full year 2014 is expected to be approximately $-US 2 million.
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ContourGT-K: Scalable Microscope for Combined Optical Surface Metrology and Imaging
Mar. 25, 2013

ContourGT-K: Scalable Microscope for Combined Optical Surface Metrology and Imaging

Bruker has introduced ContourGT-K, a scalable 3D optical microscope for combined surface metrology and imaging. The system's gage-capable, streamlined design includes integrated air isolation for robust vibration tolerance in even challenging production environments. The microscope also incorporates the latest version Bruker Vision64 software and a library of pre-programmed filters and analyses for easy access to advanced measurements for LED, solar cell, thick films, semiconductor, ophthalmic, medical device, MEMS and tribology applications.
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Bruker Opens New Center of Excellence in Moscow
Jun. 18, 2012

Bruker Opens New Center of Excellence in Moscow

Bruker marks another milestone in its more than 40 year history in Russia, with the grand opening of its new applications and customer support Center of Excellence in Moscow.
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XFlash 6: Pushing the Limits of Energy Resolution
Apr. 20, 2012

XFlash 6: Pushing the Limits of Energy Resolution

With XFlash 6, Bruker Nano Analytics has introduced the next generation of silicon drift detectors (SDD) for energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry (EDS) on electron microscopes. more
Apr. 02, 2012

Bruker Acquires SkyScan

Bruker Corporation announced that it has acquired all of the shares of SkyScan N.V., a scientific instruments company located near Antwerp, Belgium. Financial details were not disclosed. For the remainder for 2012, the acquisition of SkyScan is expected to add approximately US-$ 13 million to Bruker's revenue and to be accretive to EPS by about US-$ 0.01. SkyScan's revenue is derived approximately 50% from materials science and 50% from life science and preclinical imaging applications. more
Bruker Releases an Integrated System for Correlated Atomic Force Microscopy and Raman Spectroscopic Imaging
Dec. 06, 2011

Bruker Releases an Integrated System for Correlated Atomic Force Microscopy and Raman Spectroscopic ...

Bruker has released Innova-IRIS, an integrated system for correlated atomic force microscopy and Raman spectroscopic imaging. more
Sep. 15, 2011

Bruker to Acquire CETR

Bruker announced the signing of a purchase agreement to acquire Center for Tribology (CETR) for an undisclosed amount. CETR, a privately held corporation located in Silicon Valley in Campbell, CA, is projected to have calendar year 2011 revenue greater than US-$ 10 million and EBITDA greater than US-$ 2 million. The transaction is expected to close at the end of the third quarter of 2011, subject to customary closing conditions. more
Combination of Optical Microscopy and AFM-
Sep. 02, 2011

Combination of Optical Microscopy and AFM-

PicoQuant has combined its time-resolved confocal fluorescence microscope MicroTime200 with Brukers BioScope Catalyst Atomic Force Microscope (AFM). The synchronized acquisition of these two systems enables simultaneous recordings of AFM and optical images of the same sample region and makes new investigation schemes in the f more
Bruker Releases Atomic Force Microscope for Patterned Sapphire Substrate Metrology
Aug. 16, 2011

Bruker Releases Atomic Force Microscope for Patterned Sapphire Substrate Metrology

With the Dimension Edge PSS Atomic Force Microscope, Bruker has introduced a production-environment Atomic Force Microscope specifically tailored for patterned sapphire substrate (PSS) metrology in high brightness light-emitting diode (HB-LED) manufacturing. more
Analysis of Boron with Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometry
Jul. 10, 2011

Analysis of Boron with Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectrometry

The analysis of light elements (from Be to F, refer to periodic table in fig. 1) presents a special challenge for energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry (EDS). Some of the problems are due to inherent physical effects, while others are technical in nature, relating to the design of the instrument used for analysis and the measurement procedure. Along with the demand for fast and efficient tools for analysis at the micro- and nanometer scale, the need for light element analysis with EDS has grown. more
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