Biological discoveries in today’s research labs were the stuff of science fiction a mere decade ago: immunotherapies that “teach” our own immune system cells to defend us against cancer; genome editing to replace defective DNA with healthy DNA; regenerative medicine to slow the aging process; and the possibility of moving gene sequencing out of the lab and into day-to-day medical care.
It has been a great year thus far for industrial metrology, with new capabilities and levels of repeatability and performance becoming commonplace across nearly every market. Bruker is very pleased to have been a part of this steady advance, and particularly by the recognition that our new LumiMap Electroluminescence system has received by earning an R&D 100 Award as one of the most technologically significant products introduced in the past year.
In today’s world of ever decreasing feature sizes, the need for higher resolution imaging and the ability to measure chemical, electrical and mechanical properties at the nanoscale become more and more important. To meet that need Bruker AFM invented PeakForce Tapping mode.
In this issue of Surface Insights we highlight a few of Bruker Nano Surfaces’ latest successes in developing surface metrology systems for high-production industrial applications in demanding research environments.
BILLERICA, Mass.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Bruker (NASDAQ: BRKR) today announced that it will disclose its fourth quarter and full year 2014 financial results on Thursday, February 19, 2015, at 4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. The Company will then host a conference call and webcast at 4:45 p.m. Eastern Time to discuss the results and current business trends.