By a GenomeWeb staff reporter

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The National Center for Food Safety and Technology will collaborate with Agilent Technologies and use a range of the company's life sciences tools to develop new testing methods for monitoring global food supply chains, Agilent said today.

Under the agreement, the NCFST will install a number of Agilent's technologies in its lab in Summit Argo, Ill., and Agilent will provide training and applications support from its food industry group.

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