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Brooker Corporation is an American company for the manufacture of scientific tools for molecular and material research, as well as for industrial and applied analysis. Headquartered in Billerica, Massachusetts, is the publicly traded parent company at Brooker Access, Brooker Bessin, Brooker Daltonics and Brooker Optics, and The Brooker Energy Division and Supercon Technology (BEST). in April 2010, Brooker established the Chemical Analysis Division (based in Fremont, California) under the brooker daltonic subsidiary. This section contains three previous Varian production lines: ICPMS systems, laboratory gaschatography (GC) systems, and gc-triple quad-rotation block fold (originally designed by Bear Instruments and acquired by Varian in 2001). in 2012 she sponsored the Fritz Feigl Award, and since 1999 the company has also sponsored the Günter Laquin Award. the company was founded on September 7, 1960 in Karlsruhe, Germany as A.P.B. -Vesic AG by five people, one of whom is being Gunter Lakin, who was a professor at the University of Karlsruhe at the time. Brooker's name stems from co-founder Emile Brooker, who officially did not allow Günter Token to settle his research while working as a professor. Brooker produced nuclear magnetic resonance imaging (NMR) spectroscopy and EMR spectroscopy equipment at the time.