Building scientific capability through partnership
Working with the best
Scientific partnerships provide the foundation for our five scientific capabilities of Molecular Imaging, Materials & Chemicals Processing, Catalyst Characterization, Macromolecular Characterization, and Small Molecule Profiling.
- Our collaboration with the Technical University of Aachen is helping to develop Nano-IR, a novel technology in our Molecular Imaging toolbox.
- The HOSANA project is all about improving capability in the characterization of macromolecules and their assemblies. Our partners are academic - the VU University and University of Amsterdam – and also Postnova and Bruker, R&D-minded instrument developers.
- The OFF/ON projects covers the processing of (large) data sets with new chemometric tools, boosting our unique capability in Materials & Chemical Processing together with Catalyst Characterization.
Meeting scientific megatrends head on
How does our scientific network actually help customers? Just one example is the industrial mega-trend based on designing product properties based on fundamental insight into their chemical composition and/or organization.
We use our scientific network in the early stage of developing new and novel analytical technologies with ultimate chemical and spatial resolution, making this challenge reality.