NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Agilent Technologies and the National Jewish Medical and Research Center will provide educational training focused on systems biology applications, Agilent said.
 
The training programs, which will be open to the public, include e-seminars, classroom courses, and hands-on instruction on life-science hardware, the company said.
 

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