Micro-XRF Demos at the RSC Biomaterials Chemistry Meeting, Birmingham 7-8 January 2016

See the Bruker M4 TORNADO in action at the RSC Biomaterials Chemistry Meeting in Birmingham on 7-8 January 2016.

Micro-XRF Demos

Book a micro-XRF demo and see micro-XRF elemental analysis for yourself. There’s no better way to familiarise yourself with the process, and see the results first-hand. A micro-XRF applications scientist from Bruker will be on hand to walk you through the analysis, and answer all your questions.

Book a Demo Now

Contact us now on 01223 422 269 or info@blue-scientific.com to book your demo. Demos will take place during the RSC Biomaterials Chemistry Meeting at the University of Birmingham. Booking is required to reserve your time slot for your demo.

 Contact us to book: 01223 422 269 or info@blue-scientific.com

Element mapping with micro-XRF

Micro-XRF non-destructive element mapping

RSC Biomaterials Chemistry Meeting

The meeting is for scientists in UK universities and industry working on the synthesis and characterisation of biomaterials. The event will include, talks, poster sessions and a social evening. Registration is open until 21/12/15 – more details about the conference here.

About Micro-XRF

Micro-XRF is a highly sensitive, non-destructive analytical method of elemental analysis and mapping. It generates a wealth of useful information, and is a perfect complement to other analytical techniques such as micro-CT imaging. Measure composition and element distribution in virtually any kind of inorganic, organic or even liquid sample.

The RSC Biomaterials Chemistry Conference will feature several talks about micro-XRF – why not see it in action for yourself while you’re there? Contact us to book your demo.

 More about micro-XRF

 Contact us on 01223 422 269 or info@blue-scientific.com

Micro-XRF images