Food Quality & Safety
New Video: Easy, Robust and Reproducible Solid Fat Content Analysis
Determining solid fat content is important in food processing and the development of fat-based products such as margarine, butter, hydrogenated ... Continue reading
Preclinical Imaging
A Promising Approach to a Deadly Disease – Fighting Glioblastoma
The most common type of central nervous system tumor, glioblastoma multiforme is an aggressive cancer with mean survival of only ... Continue reading
Process Control
Establishing The Purity of Nutraceuticals and Energy Drinks with NMR
Nutraceuticals and energy drinks are burgeoning billion dollar industries that make use of natural products. To ensure the end product ... Continue reading
Structural Biology
Dynamic Nuclear Polarization – Talking DNP with Bob Griffin at MIT
We interview Professor Robert Griffin, a recognized pioneer and thought leader in the development of DNP-NMR. ... Continue reading

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April 28, 2015 // Inside Scoop

Metabolomics VIP Day

Bruker’s Billerica campus was the site of a Metabolomics VIP Day, a joint effort between our mass spectrometry and NMR ... Continue reading
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April 22, 2015 // Preclinical Imaging

Free Webinar: High resolution microCT in preclinical applications

A Free Preclinical Imaging Educational Webinar This webinar was recorded on ... Continue reading
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April 22, 2015 // Pharmaceutical

Free Webinar: Achieving Dietary Supplements’ and Natural Health Products’ High Standards with NMR

An Educational Webinar May 5, 2015 Register for ... Continue reading
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April 22, 2015 // Academics

Update From ENC 2015

Gunther Laukien Prize 2015 The Laukien Prize was established to honor Bruker’s founder, Gunther Laukien, and recognizes ... Continue reading
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April 7, 2015 // Academics

Bruker at ENC 2015

The 56th ENC 2015 Conference heads back to the Asilomar conference grounds in Pacific Grove, California and Bruker will be ... Continue reading
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March 17, 2015 // Academics

Solvent-Detect: A New Tool for Automatic Solvent Identification

Most compounds used in NMR spectroscopy are dissolved in deuterated solvents. The reason is that 1H NMR spectra of substances ... Continue reading
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March 16, 2015 // Preclinical Imaging

Video Interview: Milestones in microCT

From the first system shipped in 1997 to the now over 900 instruments installed worldwide, micro-tomograpy has become a valuable tool for the study of drug development. Learn more in this video interview with Bruker microCT founder and managing director Alexander Sasov.   ... Continue reading
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March 15, 2015 // Pharmaceutical

Complete Analysis of New Psychoactive Substances Using NMR

Introduction Each year, more new psychoactive substances (NPS) are being formulated and produced under non-regulated conditions. These ... Continue reading
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March 9, 2015 // Preclinical Imaging

CABI: An Interview with Professor Mark Lythgoe

Going completely unnoticed by the shoppers only 300 meters away, the Center for Advanced Biomedical Imaging is tucked in the heart  of London and features a multitude of imaging modalities used to tackle some of the most complex biomedical problems today. In this video interview, Professor Mark Lythgoe, Director of CABI, discusses the Center and some of the fascinating projects he and his team are working on       ... Continue reading
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March 4, 2015 // Media

Approaching cellular resolution – the future of preclinical MRI

MRI systems are now commonly used in hospitals and medical centers around the world for medical diagnostic imaging. Despite this ... Continue reading
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