NEW YORK (GenomeWeb) – Agilent Technologies said this week that it has inked a partnership with South Korea's Center for Women in Science, Engineering and Technology to help advance women scientists and engineers in that country. The partners will jointly develop training programs that will be conducted at WISET's academy and at Agilent's customer applications and training center in Seoul. The training will be conducted by Agilent employees for groups of unemployed women identified by WISET.

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