Palo Alto, CA – May 10, 2004 – Research company Frost & Sullivan has presented Bruker Daltonics with its 2004 product line innovation award for the life sciences. The company is being saluted for its line of mass spectrometers, which aim to overcome the complex challenges life science researchers encounter, especially in the field of proteomics.
“Bruker Daltonics offers various innovative, high-quality mass spectrometry solutions that support all life science applications from genomics through to clinical proteomics, thus enabling researchers to generate highest quality, information rich analyses,” says Sinead Igoe, industry analyst with Frost & Sullivan.
The innovation award is presented each year to the company that has demonstrated excellence in obtaining an insight into customer needs and product demands. Frost & Sullivan felt that Bruker Daltonics aptly recognized the rising and changing needs of researchers involved in the life science market and responding with enhanced product capabilities,
Frost & Sullivan notes that Bruker Daltonics’ revenues have steadily grown, demonstrated by a 29% increase in revenues in 2003 over 2002, and feels it is positioned to continue its growth and success.
Bruker Daltonics is a subsidiary of Bruker Biosciences.