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Bruker AXS names new leadership

Madison, Wis -- Bruker AXS Inc. on Thursday announced the promotions of Dr. Frank Burgaezy, Roger Durst and Bernard Kolodziej to executive vice presidents, responsible for leading all aspects of the Bruker AXS business.

Durst, based at the Madison headquarters of Bruker AXS, now leads the Bruker AXS X-ray single crystal diffraction (SCD) business, and as chief technology officer he......

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Source:wistechnology.com By WTN News 08/11/05


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