Bruker X-Ray Microscopy / Micro-CT User Meeting 2021
The Bruker XRM User Meeting (X-Ray Microscopy / Micro-CT) will be held online on 12th – 13th October 2021. Registration’s open now, and there’s still time to submit an abstract to present your work.
Bruker XRM User Meeting
Each year, the Bruker Micro-CT User meeting showcases the latest applications in materials and life science, together with updates about new hardware and software. There are also opportunities to speak directly with Bruker specialists and network with the micro-CT community.
The full timetable with all talk titles is now available on Bruker’s website.
All sessions will be live, with sessions to suit each timezone around the world:
|9:15 – 11:30am CEST
|Tuesday 12th October 2021
(Europe & Asia)
(Europe & Americas)
|Wednesday 13th October 2021
(Europe & Asia)
There’s no charge to attend, and all are welcome. Register on Bruker’s website to receive dial-in details the week before the live event:
Submit an Abstract
Present your work at the user meeting as a poster or 15 minute oral presentation! Submit an abstract to be considered. The focus is on what you do or did with micro-CT, and sharing your interesting images. The best poster will win a set of Jabra Elite 85t earbuds.
The deadline is 20th August 2021. Details on how to submit your abstract are available on Bruker’s website.
Submit a movie made using CTVol or CTVox (max 30 seconds) for a chance to win a pair of Jabra Elite 85t earbuds. You’re welcome to submit more than one movie. The deadline is 20th August. During the user meeting, all attendees will be able to vote for their choice of winner. Full details are on Bruker’s website.
Bruker SkyScan Micro-CT
BlueScientific is the official distributor of Bruker SkyScan Micro-CT systems in the UK and Nordic region. We’re here to provide advice, quotes and demonstrations for the complete range, including the latest Bruker SkyScan 1273:
Bruker SkyScan 1273
A benchtop micro-CT for large samples usually requiring a substantial floor-standing system.
- Samples up to 500mm x 300mm.
- Heavy objects up to 20kg.
- World’s fastest 3D image reconstruction.
- High quality helical scanning.
Take a look at example images, videos and application notes from the SkyScan range:
If you’d like any more information, please get in touch: