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Nick Roelofs was promoted to Agilent senior vice president and president of the Life Sciences Group at Agilent Technologies, the firm said last week.

The move comes as Agilent separates its Bio-Analytical Measurement division into the Chemical Analysis Group and Life Sciences Group effective Nov. 1, the start of its fiscal 2010 year. Electronic Measurement will be the third group comprising Agilent.

Roelofs has been vice president and general manager of the Life Sciences division within BAM.

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