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June 8th, 2007

Agilent Hosts Agilent Technology Day

Abstract:
Today, Agilent Technologies is hosting Agilent Technology Day, a technology summit attended by thought leaders and decision makers from business, the research community and academia. The event wil be kicked off by William P. (Bill) Sullivan, president and chief executive officer of Agilent, at Hotel Le Meridien, Bengaluru.

The event is a forum for experienced technical experts in electronic measurements and life sciences. In the life sciences space, topics include nanotechnology, genomics and proteomics, chip chromatography, microarrays and mass spectroscopy. In electronics and measurement, the topics are network convergence, electronic surveillance and wireless broadband.

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