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Bruker buys microspectroscopy firm

by Marc S. Reisch
January 2, 2017 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 95, ISSUE 1

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Credit: Bruker
Active Spectrum’s benchtop micro-ESR system.
Credit: Bruker
Active Spectrum’s benchtop micro-ESR system.

Bruker Corp. has acquired Active Spectrum, an 11-year-old maker of benchtop microelectron spin resonance spectroscopy systems used for chemistry research, teaching, and in-line analysis of lubricants and beverages. Bruker says the acquisition will give it a platform to develop additional products for industrial and applied markets using compact magnetic resonance technology.

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