Bruker Launches Analytical Services Program
News May 22, 2008
At Pittcon 2008, Bruker Corporation has announced the launch of the Bruker Analytical Services program, offering analytical measurement services.
The range of analytical techniques currently offered includes NMR, X-ray, FTIR and Raman spectroscopy, with expansion into additional techniques planned.
The Bruker Analytical Services program will enable customers to lower infrastructure costs at their laboratory site, while obtaining high quality information for their research and analytical applications.
“Our analytical services offerings now include advanced FT-NMR, TD-NMR and FTIR applications,” said Paul Dawson, Sales Manager for the Bruker Analytical Services division. “With demand coming from such widespread markets as pharmaceutical, biotech and petroleum industry as well as academia, we are expanding our capabilities every day with resources from the Bruker family of analytical technologies.”
By opening the door to the large resources of both the high-performance technology and the analytical experts that make Bruker a leader in the life-science and analytical instrumentation industry, Bruker Analytical Services provides innovative and quality services to a wide variety of analytical project needs.
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