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Salt Lake City — Vutura Incorporated, a company that specializes in 3D super-resolution flourescence microscopy for life science applications, has been acquired by Bruker, a company based in Massachusetts. Transaction details were not disclosed.
Super-resolution microscopes can break the optical diffraction limit by an order of magnitude, opening up a myriad of research opportunities in single-molecule, cellular and neurobiology processes.
“Super-resolution microscopy is emerging as a critical requirement for our customers, and being able to integrate Vutara’s best-in-class, high-speed, 3D super-resolution systems with our line of multi-photon and multi-point scanning optical microscopy technologies will provide a significant benefit to the research community,” said Mark R. Munch, president of the Bruker MAT Group.
“Bruker’s prominence in life science research will further accelerate the adoption of our performance-leading super-resolution microscopes,” added Stan Kanarowski, CEO of Vutara Inc.