An innovative exhibition and research project, where the public can watch researchers studying Rembrandt’s painting “The Night Watch” with scientific techniques including micro-XRF.
How to analyse mineral composition with micro-XRF, to understand the origin and formation of rocks in geoscience. This information is useful in various fields of geology and mining, including aluminium,… read more →
The National Gallery in London used micro-XRF to reveal a hidden sketch on a Leonardo da Vinci painting, which is the focus of their exhibition: “Leonardo: Experience a Maserpiece”.
Videos from our micro-XRF workshop in November 2018 at the University of Warwick.
Register now for our micro-XRF workshop on 12th November 2018 at the University of Warwick, to find out about new applications now that light elements down to carbon can be detected.
Bruker webinar on Tuesday 4th September 2018 about Advanced Data Mining in micro-XRF, and how to use HyperMap data cubes.
The world’s first micro-XRF system that can detect and analyse the complete element range from carbon to americium.
Register now for our pre-conference workshop at SCANDEM 2018 to find out more about micro-XRF elemental analysis and mapping.
Download a free guide covering how micro-XRF works, the data you can acquire, how to deal with problems, and case studies.
Micro-XRF is in many ways ideal for forensic analysis; find out more in Bruker’s webinar about analysing gunshot residue and small particles.