After 30 years with Hewlett-Packard and spin-off Agilent Technologies, Chris van Ingen retired this week. He has spent the last seven years as president of the Bio-Analytical Measurement business, formerly the Life Sciences and Chemical Analysis unit.
 
Last week, in an interview with BioCommerce Week van Ingen reflected on his years with Agilent and how the company and industry have changed during his tenure. The following is an edited version of that interview.
 

 

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