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Building for Sustainability
When Bruker was looking to upgrade two of its expanding BioSpin sites in Rheinstetten and Ettlingen, Germany, the company took the opportunity to increase its sustainability profile from the outset.
Our Approach to Sustainability
We review our procurement process every 12 months to make sure our suppliers and partners work to the highest standards. We hold ourselves and our partners accountable for professional performance and responsible conduct that, ultimately, benefits the world we live in.
Investing in Sustainable Infrastructure - Part 1
Despite calls from activists for governments to do more, there is undoubtedly growing movement across the globe to address climate change. Global emissions can be allocated to human activities in various ways, including energy use, agriculture, land use change, industrial processes, and waste.
Investing in Green Infrastructure – Part 2
According to a 2017 report by the Carbon Majors Database, just 100 companies are responsible for a massive 71% of global greenhouse gas emissions. The onus is firmly on large companies to set the example and lead the way in tackling climate change.
Giving IT a Second Life
Electronic devices are a staple of modern life. Technology like laptops, smartphones, printers, and notebooks dominate workplaces and our homes. But what becomes of them once they’re broken or deemed ‘out of date’? The reality is the majority end up in landfill sites.
New Sustainable NMR Probe Center Creates Baseline for Production Increase of up to 50%
When an opportunity presents itself, it is important to take it, especially when it opens doors to a host of additional benefits. For Bruker BioSpin, a well-timed opportunity will result in a new and sustainable Center of Excellence in Switzerland with the infrastructure to
Inspiring the Next Generation of Research Chemists
The power of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, a technique favoured by scientists across the world to determine the molecular structure of liquid, solid and semi-solid samples, is firmly established.