Agilent s Ned Barnholt on the Company s Integrated Biology Group | GenomeWeb

Ned Barnholt has led Agilent Technologies as its president and CEO since it spun off from Hewlett-Packard in 1999. BioCommerce Week reached Barnholt this week to speak about the firm’s life science business and its recent formation of an Integrated Biology Solutions business unit.

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