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Agilent Opens Product Demo Centers in California, India

NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) — Agilent Technologies this week opened product demo facilities in the US and India, the company said today.
 
Agilent opened a 5,000-square-foot product-demonstration center today in Santa Clara, Calif., to exhibit its liquid and gas chromatography systems, mass spec systems, and microarray scanners. The facility also holds labs designed for proteomics and genomics, a wet lab, and conference spaces.
 
The company said it opened a similar center in Bangalore, India, on Monday to add to others it has opened in France, the UK, and Germany.
 
Agilent said it plans to open another demo facility in Little Falls, Del. in 2007.
 
Chris van Ingen, Agilent’s president of Life Sciences and Chemical Analysis business, said the centers “provide a one-stop customer experience highlighting our entire portfolio of products and services.”

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