Nick Roelofs, Victoria Blaine, Morrie Ruffin, lan Eisenberg, John Shadegg | GenomeWeb

Agilent Technologies announced this week that it has named Nick Roelofs vice president and general manager of its Life Sciences Solutions Unit. Roelofs will be responsible for product profit and loss of the business group that includes microarrays, liquid chromatographs, microfluidics, mass spectrometers, capillary electrophoresis, and informatics.

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