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Bruker announces new ultra-high field BioSpec 150/11 MRI system for preclinical research at ISMRM 2011

Bruker announces new ultra-high field BioSpec 150/11 MRI system for preclinical research at ISMRM 2011

Caliper Life Sciences third quarter GAAP revenue decreases 8% to $29.7 million

Caliper Life Sciences third quarter GAAP revenue decreases 8% to $29.7 million

NCI selects Caliper's Quantum FX microCT system to study tumor models in lung cancer

NCI selects Caliper's Quantum FX microCT system to study tumor models in lung cancer

Caliper launches toolkit for direct co-registration of images from multiple preclinical imaging modalities

Caliper launches toolkit for direct co-registration of images from multiple preclinical imaging modalities

Caliper Life Sciences second-quarter GAAP revenue decreases 10% to $29.0 million

Caliper Life Sciences second-quarter GAAP revenue decreases 10% to $29.0 million

Kennedy Krieger Institute orders for Bruker's ultra-high field MRI CryoProbe

Kennedy Krieger Institute orders for Bruker's ultra-high field MRI CryoProbe

TF2 bispecific antibody pretargeted therapy prolongs survival in animal model of human colonic cancer

TF2 bispecific antibody pretargeted therapy prolongs survival in animal model of human colonic cancer

Caliper Life Sciences introduces Quantum FX stand-alone microCT system for preclinical imaging

Caliper Life Sciences introduces Quantum FX stand-alone microCT system for preclinical imaging

Caliper Life Sciences releases Living Image 4.0 software for its IVIS in vivo imaging systems

Caliper Life Sciences releases Living Image 4.0 software for its IVIS in vivo imaging systems

Philips and Bruker sign MOU to develop new imaging technology

Philips and Bruker sign MOU to develop new imaging technology

IVIS Lumina XR in vivo imaging system from Caliper Life Sciences

IVIS Lumina XR in vivo imaging system from Caliper Life Sciences

World's first PET/MR images of the human brain

World's first PET/MR images of the human brain