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Using EPR spectrometry to detect environmentally persistent free radicals
Electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectrometry is an instrumental analysis technique for free radical detection. EPR has applications in the fields of medicine, biology, quantum chemistry, physics and the environment.
The Combat Against COVID-19: A Global Network Using NMR Technology
Bruker is proud to partner with Dr. Harald Schwalbe of the Goethe University in Frankfurt on using NMR to combat COVID-19.
Tackling Wine Fraud and Protecting Reputations through NMR
Fraud is the master of disguise. It knows no limit and can strike from any direction when you least expect it. And you won't suspect a thing ... until it's too late. Wine fraud is no exception. And it's on the rise. Although wine consumption has decreased in recent years, people are spending more on higher value.
Lifting the Lid on COVID
To date, there are seven known coronaviruses that cause illness in humans, four of which only lead to mild to moderate disease. Over the last two decades, three other coronaviruses have emerged from animal reservoirs and caused outbreaks across the globe, resulting in serious respiratory illness and in many cases death.
Assuring Food Quality in Challenging Times
Feeding the world's population is no small undertaking. It's a task made all the more challenging given today's pressures on the global food supply chain. A growing global population, climate change, sociopolitical factors and the current COVID-19 pandemic are all taking their toll on farmers and food manufacturers.
Cracking the Coronavirus Conundrum with AFM Technology
As the world is caught in the grip of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, scientists are concentrating their focus and resources on developing a vaccine. To accomplish this complex challenge, they must first acquire the specialist knowledge to understand how the virus behaves, including how, exactly, it spreads from one person to another.
Micro-Computed Tomography — Helping Researchers to Understand COVID-19
Working with industries to define how we can equip them with the best tools to enable them to excel is both exciting and humbling. During the design phase of projects, our instruments can become involved in exciting new applications and it is particularly rewarding for us to see our instruments play a pivotal role in generating benefits that could affect the whole of society.
Bruker Instruments Protecting US Infrastructure
The US governemnent counts on Bruker to protect US infrastructure
Antimicrobial Coatings Used to Reduce the Presence of Surface Germs are Monitored for Efficacy with Portable XRF Technology
Allied BioScience of Plano, Texas, develops innovative solutions to create cleaner human environments. They specialize in revolutionary, always-on antimicrobial coatings that provide continuous and long-lasting surface protection across public spaces.
The Role of Metabolomics in Understanding Traditional Chinese Medicines
Pneumonia is the world's leading cause of death in young children and elderly people. It is an infection that inflames the air sacs in one or both lungs, filling the air sacs with fluid and causing a cough, fever, chills, and breathing difficulties.
How do Anti-Malarial Drugs really Work? NMR Sheds Light on this Critical Issue
Malaria is one of the most severe public health problems worldwide, being responsible for around 500,000 deaths every year.
Bruker Products in Power Device and Communications Sectors
In recent years, the increased usage of mobile devices and Artificial Intelligence has driven the demand for high-performance processors, increased memory (both volatile DRAM and non-volatile FLASH/NAND), high-speed communications (5G) and more efficient and higher power devices.
Bruker partners with ANPC to support major new frontline response to combat the COVID-19 threat
Bruker is proud to partner with Australian National Phenome Centre (ANPC) at Murdoch University to support the work of their researchers into the COVID-19 pandemic threat.
Protecting People and Infrastructure Across the Globe
Science, more now than ever, has a crucial role to play in today's ever changing and increasingly complex world. Bruker's long history and expertize in producing high-performance scientific instruments has enabled the company to design and produce innovative technologies that play a major role in helping protect society through supporting homeland security and defense.
Plasma Metabolomics in H1N1 Influenza Pneumonia Diagnosis
Biomarkers may enable early diagnosis and prognosis, as well as help determine response to treatment. One approach for identifying disease biomarkers is metabolomic profiling.
Bruker MicroCT Systems Supporting Quality Control for Refurbished FFP Masks
As companies and organizations across the world look for ways in which they can play their part, either alone or as part of a collaboration, in the effort to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, Bruker is extremely proud that its instruments are being used to ensure quality levels of reprocessed filtering face pieces (FFP) commonly known as facemasks.
Using NMR, EPR and MRI to Power a Greener Future
Batteries have become essential components to human life. Since the development of the first lithium ion batteries (LIBs) in the 1970s and Sony commercialising the first rechargeable product in 1991, the world has become accustomed to the convenience of portable power - for the ever increasing range of devices such as mobile phones that are in daily use.
Assuring consistent Quality of Cannabis Products
As with most trends, uptake can be rapid and widespread. Sometimes this happens before consumers and users have acquired complete knowledge or understanding of what it means.
Figuring out New Cervical Cancer Treatments
Cervical cancer is the fourth most commonly occurring cancer in women. According to the World Cancer Research Fund and American Institute for Cancer Research, more than 500,000 new cases were reported in 2018.
The Sour Truth about Honey
Honey, the first sweetener used by humans back in ancient Egyptian times, has long been prized as a sweetener and as a medicinal remedy. This is still true today.
Empowering Drug Discovery and Development
Discovering and developing a new drug, from starting the original research to delivering a completed product, is a lengthy, complex and expensive process. It can take between 12-15 years and cost upwards of $1 billion to bring one new drug to market.
Revealing the True Impact of Oil Spills
The marine environment is under threat from a variety of dangers. From rising ocean temperatures causing coral bleaching, to plastic pollution poisoning the bird, fish, and mammal population, the impact humans are having on the oceans is becoming increasingly obvious.
Tackling the Tuberculosis Epidemic
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), tuberculosis (TB) is among the most dangerous infectious diseases worldwide, ranking alongside HIV/AIDS as a major cause of death.
NMR Tackle Psychoactive Substances
Bruker AVANCE spectrometer equipped with a TCI triple resonance 'inverse' probe to analyze the newly identified compound.
Benchtop NMR – Redefining the Future of Forensic Drug Testing
Keeping up with drugs known as new psychoactive substances (NPS), also referred to as ‘legal highs,’ presents a huge challenge to border control authorities and police forces across the globe.
Organocatalysis – a chemical revolution assisted by NMR
The use of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) to obtain rich structural information of molecules has led to significant scientific breakthroughs since its discovery in the mid-20th century. The advancements of NMR have benefited from innovations in technology, resulting in new capabilities as well as enhanced workflows.