Sir Edwin Southern Tips his Hat to Agilent Technologies Arrays and Mass Spectrometry | GenomeWeb

Last week, Ed Southern complimented Agilent on its technology as he received the annual award of the Association of Biomolecular Research Managers at its meeting in Portland, Ore.

He said Agilent’s sponsorship of the award had nothing to do with his praise, and he wasn’t beyond tweaking the company on the pricing of its technology as he presented a lecture on his pioneering work on genomic analysis and walked through the current state of the art.

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