January, 2015, Stockholm, Sweden
In issue 31 of Bruker’s FIRST newsletter Ronald P Jordan, Dean of School of Pharmacy at Chapman University in California, gives his thoughts on their newly ordered Excillum MetalJet X-ray source.
“In prioritizing, we sought instrumentation that would deliver our faculty and research partners capabilities they might not otherwise be able to access. Our plans brought us to look at Bruker’s Gallium METALJET X-ray Source (SCD) and complementary MALDI TOF, FTIR instruments that could be our flagship resources.
Our center will soon be equipped with both instrument and personnel resources that can provide extraordinary results for our research purposes and in support of local industry and academe.”
The full article were available in Issue 31 of FIRST Newsletter by Bruker, and can be found by following this link.