X-ray Micro Computed Tomography (Micro-CT) for Samples

Micro-computed tomography is X-ray imaging in 3D, by the same method used in hospital CT scans, but on a small scale with massively increased resolution. It really represents 3D microscopy, where very fine scale internal structure of objects is imaged non-destructively.


Our portfolio includes Bruker tabletop Micro-CT systems for in vitro scanning, suitable for microscopic imaging of small objects with a wide range of applications: 3D bone analysis, food studies, soft tissue research, insects, microelectronics, materials, geological studies and more.


In vivo Micro-CT scanners for preclinical research. An unrivaled combination of resolution, image field size and scan speed - everything that is required in a busy and demanding biomedical research laboratory working on living animals.


The World's first NanoCT scanners. For the first time true sub-micron tomographic imaging is available in a laboratory instrument.

  • NEW SkyScan 2214: Multiscale NanoCT that covers the widest range of object sizes and spatial resolutions