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Last $19.19 USD
Change Today -0.29 / -1.49%
Volume 996.0K
BRKR On Other Exchanges
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bruker corp (BRKR) Snapshot

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$19.42
Previous Close
$19.48
Day High
$19.48
Day Low
$18.86
52 Week High
06/19/14 - $24.93
52 Week Low
11/7/14 - $17.26
Market Cap
3.2B
Average Volume 10 Days
584.7K
EPS TTM
$0.59
Shares Outstanding
168.9M
EX-Date
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P/E TM
32.8x
Dividend
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Dividend Yield
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Bruker Corporation, together with its subsidiaries, designs, manufactures, sells, and services proprietary life science and materials research systems, and associated products worldwide. It operates through two segments, Bruker Scientific Instruments, and Bruker Energy & Supercon Technologies. The company offers life science and materials research systems and associated products used in life science research, pharmaceuticals, applied markets, nanotechnology, cell biology, clinical research, microbiology, and in-vitro diagnostics. Its technology platforms include magnetic resonance technologies, mass spectrometry technologies, gas chromatography technologies, infrared and Raman molecular spectroscopy technologies, X-ray technologies, spark-optical emission spectroscopy, atomic force microscopy, fluorescence optical microscopy, and stylus and optical metrology technology. The company also sells a range of field analytical systems for chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear, and explosive detection; and develops and manufactures low temperature and high temperature superconducting wire products, as well as superconducting wire and superconducting devices for use in magnet technology, physics research, and energy applications. Bruker Corporation’s customer base includes life science, pharmaceutical, biotechnology and molecular diagnostic research companies, academic institutions, advanced materials, and semiconductor industries, as well as government agencies. The company markets its products through direct sales force; and distributors, independent sales representatives, and other representatives. Bruker Corporation was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Billerica, Massachusetts.

6,100 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/27/15
Founded in 1991

bruker corp (BRKR) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Preside...
Total Annual Compensation: $598.7K
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $509.5K
President of Bruker Daltonics Division and Pr...
Total Annual Compensation: $717.2K
President of Bruker MAT Group
Total Annual Compensation: $399.5K
President of Bruker BioSpin Group
Total Annual Compensation: $394.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

bruker corp (BRKR) Key Developments

Bruker Corporation Introduces New Magic-Angle Spinning Probe for NMR Analysis

Bruker Corporation has introduced a new 111kHz magic-angle spinning, or MAS, probe along with a new MAS III controller. The new 111 kHz MAS probe, with 0.7 mm sample diameter and a sample volume of 500nl, which has been demonstrated up to 1 GHz proton frequency, delivers excellent sensitivity and the fastest spinning frequency available on the market for access to new applications in the solid-state NMR analysis of biosolids, as well as in materials science. Solid-state NMR is a growing discipline, providing unique structural and dynamics information on various materials and biological solids in their native state, such as membrane-embedded proteins. The additional spectral resolution provided by very fast Magic Angle Spinning allows novel detection techniques for structural and functional characterization of complex molecules. The new 111kHz CP-MAS probe will be useful for large, rigid proteins and those with paramagnetic centers in solid phase, and for the structure elucidation and improvement of advanced materials, such as battery components. The new 111 kHz CPMAS probe extends the Bruker line-up of high speed MAS probes, comprising of 1.9 and 1.3 mm probes, now with a 0.7mm MAS system. This gives researchers great flexibility in terms of sample volume and spinning requirements, depending on the sample of interest. A new control unit, the MAS III, ensures stable regulation even at very high rotation rates. The 111 kHz MAS probe is available for Bruker standard-bore and wide-bore NMR magnets and comes with dedicated tools for convenient filling and handling of the small diameter rotors and caps.

Bruker Introduces Next-Generation GigaHertz NMR Technology at ENC 2015

Bruker announced it is launching its next-generation of GHz-class NMR technology, with a combination of major method and instrumentation advances, which enable even more advanced scientific and translational research in structural biology, drug discovery and the study of macromolecular complexes. The primary focus of Bruker’s unique, next-generation GigaHertz (GHz) Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy technology is to enable breakthrough fundamental research in molecular and cell biology on Intrinsically Disordered Proteins (IDPs). In particular, ultra-high field NMR in combination with other experimental and computational methods, has recently been shown to enable more and more detailed studies of the structural ensembles; post-translational modifications; dynamics; multiple interactions; specific binding partners;signaling and regulatory roles; formation of membrane-less cellular organelles; and other important functions of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins (IDPs). Due to the scarcity of understanding of the molecular functions for the vast majority of IDPs, they are sometimes also referred to as the ‘Dark Proteome’. The next-generation GHz NMR technology is the result of a confluence of recent break-through scientific discoveries, major technical achievements and key, customer-driven new NMR methods development, including: New Actively-Shielded 1 GHz NMR Magnets. Novel High-Dimensionality and Fast Acquisition NMR Methods. 13C and Novel 15N Direct Detection for Large Proteins and IDPs. Advanced Parallel NMR with Multiple Receiver Acquisition. New 3 mm TCI CryoProbe for GHz-class Indirect Experiments. New Triple-Gradient 5mm CryoProbes. Novel Single-Story Ascend Aeon 900 MHz Magnets. New 1 GHz ultra-fast 111 kHz MAS solid-state NMR probe.

Bruker Launches New High-Performance Benchtop EPR System

Bruker launched the EMXnano system at the 56th annual Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference. EMXnano is the first high-performance benchtop EPR (electron paramagnetic resonance) instrument, making research-grade EPR capabilities accessible to a broader range of scientists. The EMXnano can be used to analyze many EPR samples, including transition metals, antioxidants and free radicals, providing valuable information and insights into biological and chemical systems. Bruker has integrated a novel, permanent magnet and an efficient new microwave resonator to deliver unmatched sensitivity and stability in a benchtop EPR system, making the EMXnano suitable for a wide range of analyses, teaching applications, as well as for quantitative EPR with the inclusion of Bruker's patented spin counting module. The EMXnano has been designed with the user in mind, delivering research performance with ease of use. The instrument includes defined workflows for easy and fast system setup, with a user friendly interface that allows parameters to be easily adjusted also by non-EPR experts. Various accessories are available to tailor the EMXnano to specific application fields. The extension of Bruker's renowned EMX spectrometer family to the benchtop provides many features typically found only on sophisticated, floor-standing EPR instruments. EPR is used for both static and dynamic investigations of materials, chemicals and biological systems, including molecular radical structures and formation. EPR is advantageous for dynamic measurements as an EPR spectrum can be measured while applying changes in conditions, such as temperature or light irradiation. Applications include polymer synthesis, testing the purity of silicon in solar cells, spin trapping to assess the oxidative stability of flavors, and the analysis of metalloproteins. In electrochemistry, redox chemistry, photochemistry and catalysis, the EMXnano can be used to study metal centers and radicals involved in chemical processes.

 

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