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Compression and tensile testing

Tensile and Compression Testing with Micro-CT Imaging

How to image your samples with X-ray micro-CT during tensile and compression. Observe the effects of pressure on your samples in real time.

Dynamic Micro-CT Imaging

4D Micro-CT: Imaging Dynamic Processes in Geoscience

4D micro-CT (Micro-Computed Tomography or 3D X-ray imaging) involves imaging dynamic processes over time. This article explains step-by-step time-lapse and real-time methods, and how they can be used in geology and geoscience to image processes in rocks. These methods can also be used in other areas; If you have any questions just get in touch. Author: […]

Bruker AFM: PeakForce Tapping

Bruker Live Web Training: AFM Imaging in Liquids, 18/05/16

Live web training session from Bruker about AFM imaging in liquids using PeakForce Tapping. Visualise individual biomolecules in their native state.

TOSCA 2019

TOSCA 2016 – Tomography for Scientific Advancement Conference

Visit us at TOSCA 2016 Tomography for Scientific Imaging conference on 6-7 September 2016 at the University of Bath.

Analysing Fibres with Micro-CT

Fibre Analysis with Micro-CT

How to analyse individual and multiple fibres in natural and synthetic materials using micro-CT imaging.

Biomineralisation in bone with Micro-XRF

Characterising Minerals in Tissues with Micro-XRF

A review of micro-XRF as a technique for characterising minerals in tissues has been published in a scientific paper by researchers at the University of Birmingham and the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine. The paper is entitled, “Bedside, Benchtop, and Bioengineering: Physicochemical Imaging Techniques in Biomineralisation”, by Neil M. Eisenstein1,2, Sophie C. Cox1, Richard L. Williams1, Sarah A. Stapley2 and Liam […]

PeakForce Tapping

Webex Training: Nano-Electrical Characterisation Calibration Parameters and Best Practice

Join Bruker for a live remote webex training session about nano-electrical calibration calibration procedures and best practice, on Monday 8th February 2016 at 10 am (CET time).

Multiscale micro-ct

Multi-Scale Micro-CT Analysis

How multi-scale micro-CT analysis can be used to achieve the best micro-CT image quality, using geological samples as an example. How to get the best results from your micro-CT scanner, and achieve the highest resolution. If you have any questions about how to best use micro-CT analysis for your research, please get in touch:  Contact us on 01223 […]

Bruker SkyScan 1275 Desktop Micro-CT

New Bruker SkyScan 1275 Automated, Desktop Micro-CT

Introducing a new micro-CT scanner from Bruker: the Bruker SkyScan 1275 is a highly automated, self-optimising desktop micro-CT system. As well as full manual functionality, the system features automated sequences that are activated with the push of a single button. This means that high quality 3D images can be acquired with virtually no training. Imaging parameters are optimised […]

Micro-XRF Workshop, UK

Micro-XRF Workshop 10/11/15

Micro-XRF Workshop Tuesday 10th November 2015 Find out all about micro-XRF analysis and try it out using your own samples at our workshop in Coventry. Non-destructive composition and element distribution analysis Wide variety of applications Discuss your research with a micro-XRF specialist from Bruker Bring your own samples and see the results If you have […]