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MSE Exhibition: Bruker

Bruker’s AFMs are enabling scientists around the world to make discoveries and advance their understanding of materials and biological systems. Bruker has been helping biologists discover, understand, publish and advance their knowledge of biological systems ever since our introduction of TappingMode™ expanded AFM use into life sciences research.

 

Utilizing proprietary AFM features specifically designed for life sciences research, only Bruker’s Bio AFMs deliver the highest quality results for quantitative live-cell mechanical property mapping, highest resolution molecular and cellular imaging, and fast scanning of dynamic biological processes, as well as seamless integration of AFM with advanced optical microscopy techniques

Our  industry-leading quantitative nanomechanical and nanotribological test instruments are specifically designed to enable new frontiers in nanoscale materials characterization, materials development, and process monitoring. And with our nanoIR technology, Bruker is now the world leader in photothermal IR spectroscopy from the nanoscale to the sub-micron and macro scales.

 

Bruker
Östliche Rheinbrückenstraße 49
76187 Karlsruhe, Germany

www.bruker.com/nano
Productinfo.emea@bruker.com
+49 174 3479163

 


From September 22 to 25, 2020, the German Materials Society (DGM) is organizing the "Materials Science and Engineering Congress" (MSE), which this year is taking place entirely virtually. During the four-day conference there will be an exhibition where, among other things, "Bruker" will be presented.

Further information about #MSE2020 can be found here!