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Agilent divides life science and chemical groups

7th September 2009

Agilent has split its life sciences and chemical analysis groups in order to establish them as two separate businesses, it has emerged.

The group revealed that the change is due to growing opportunities for both organisations and will allow Agilent to expand its expertise and evolution as a leading bio-analytical firm.

As a result of the changes, the group has appointed Mike McMullen as senior vice-president of Agilent, as well as president of Chemical Analysis.

The new president of the Life Sciences group is Nick Roelofs. Both men have previously served as vice-president and general manager of their groups.

Chief executive officer of Agilent Bill Sullivan stated: "The decision to create two separate businesses within bio-analytical measurement reflects the need to serve distinct sets of customers, along with Agilent’s commitment to building a stronger presence in bio-analytical markets."

Agilent recently released an updated version of its Infiniium 90000 Series high-performance digital-storage oscilloscope.


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