Agilent Expands Indian Research Facility, Making it Company's Largest Worldwide | GenomeWeb

Agilent Technologies said this week that it has expanded its Life Sciences and Chemical Analysis Center of Excellence in Bangalore.

The center, which at 8,000 square feet is the company's largest research facility worldwide, now offers access to a number of its high-end products, including instruments like the 6490 triple-quadrupole and 6540 Q-TOF mass spectrometers and 1290 and 1260 Infinity LCs that are commonly used in proteomics research.

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