Solomon, New Director of R&D Labs, Is Agilent s Tech Guru | GenomeWeb

Up until about a month ago, some people might have found Darlene Solomon’s job schizophrenic. But for her, the combination was ideal: as both the R&D and technology manager for Agilent’s life science and chemical analysis group and director of the life science technologies lab, she focused both on near-term product development and on dreaming up research programs that would bear fruit in 10 or 15 years.

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