Frank Laukien, Martin Haase, Laura Francis, John Hulburt, Michael Willett, Rajen Dalal, Joseph Limber, Michael Witt | GenomeWeb

Bruker Daltonics of Billerica, Mass., and Bruker AXS of Madison, Wis., announced their intention to merge last week (see article p.1). The new company, to be called Bruker BioSciences, is to be led by president and CEO Frank Laukien, who currently holds these positions at Bruker Daltonics. Martin Haase, CEO of Bruker AXS, is to become senior vice president. Laura Francis, CFO of Bruker AXS, is designated as the new company’s CFO and treasurer.

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