William Gabler | Test Stands, X-ray, & Other Instrumentation
Who is William Gabler?
William Gabler is an applications scientist at Shimadzu where they provide analytical measurement as well as testing instrumentation for various industries including foods, pharmaceuticals, life science, environmental, clinical, material science, and forensics. Ever wondered how some of these instruments work? How does X-ray fluorescence characterize a material? How do medical device OEMs know a device is mechanically safe to use? Therefore, you have to join us for this episode to learn the answers to these and other fascinating questions in the world of instrumentation and measurement.
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