ANTWERP, Belgium – April 2, 2012 – Bruker Corporation today announced that it has acquired all of the shares of SkyScan N.V., a scientific instruments company located near Antwerp, Belgium. Financial details were not disclosed. For the remainder for 2012, the acquisition of SkyScan is expected to add approximately $13 million to Bruker’s revenue and to be accretive to EPS by about $0.01. SkyScan’s revenue is derived approximately 50% from materials science and 50% from life science and preclinical imaging applications.
The 1st International Conference on Tomography of Materials and Structures will bring together an international group of scientists to discuss a broad range of issues related to the use of computed tomography in materials and structures and all its related topics.
The main focus of this conference will be:
X-ray and neutron tomography acquisition hardware, software and set-ups:
Advances in reconstruction algorithms:
3D image analysis
Applications of recent advances in CT imaging
The Conference format will consist of keynote talks, oral presentations, poster presentations and demo/workshops. Abstracts should be submitted by December 17th, 2012.
Find out who’s doing what in microCT, or let the world know what you do!
There is now a dedicated microCT world community map page on the blog! Check it out to navigate through the microCT community. You’ll find scanner manufacturers, service providers, research labs, and more. Please, consider this as a living document that will take some time to be populated. If you are a professional who wants to be listed on the map, drop a comment on the dedicated page. Only companies / institutes / individuals who explicitly ask to be listed on the map will be included.
I hope you’ll find the map a useful tool and would be happy to receive any suggestion you may have.
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