Microscope developer Bruker has acquired JPK Instruments, located in Berlin, Germany, which adds in-depth expertise in live-cell imaging to Bruker's portfolio
Bruker has acquired Anasys Instruments, a privately held company that develops and manufactures nanoscale infrared spectroscopy and thermal measurement instruments
Luxendo, a Bruker company, has extended its InVi SPIM microscope to include full incubation capabilities, as well as flexible illumination and detection optics. Luxendo’s single-plane illumination microscopy (SPIM) technique reduces sampling times over conventional laser scanning confocal microscopes, while reducing phototoxicity and damaging side effects on living specimens. The new technology also enables the fastest scan speeds for volumetric imaging of small organisms, cell monolayers, and cleared tissue.
Bruker has released the first quantitative super-resolution microscope, the Vutara 352, which offers speed, imaging depth, resolution, as well as real-time quantitative capabilities
Bruker has launched its Evoq LC-triple quadrupole (LC-TQ) mass spectrometers at JASIS 2012 in Tokyo