In Brief This Week: Bruker, SkyScan; Idaho Technology, DiaMondial; Genetic Signatures; Life Technologies; Waters; Precision BioSciences | GenomeWeb

By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – Bruker this week acquired SkyScan, a Belgian scientific instruments firm for an undisclosed amount. SkyScan makes high-resolution micro computed tomography systems for three-dimensional X-ray imaging. The firm has been renamed Bruker microCT NV, and will continue to operate from its premises near Antwerp, Belgium under its previous management.

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