Showcase breakthrough analytical solutions

Showcase of breakthrough analytical solutions

5:03 AM, 3rd May 2017
Showcase of breakthrough analytical solutions
Agilent Technologies headquarters in Santa Clara, US. © Glassdoor

Agilent Technologies Scientific Symposium will feature latest in innovative technology and workshops on challenges in food, pharma & applied chemical industries.

More than 500 scientists and researchers from commercial, scientific and research communities are expected to attend Agilent Technologies’ symposium, being held in different regions throughout Southeast Asia since 2011.

The ‘Total Agilent Experience’ (TAE) symposium will be held for the first time in Mumbai, on 6 to 7 June, organised by Agilent Technologies. “Treating customers as partners and nurturing relationships is an attitude ingrained at Agilent,” said Bharat Bhardwaj, country manager of Agilent Technologies India. "We are hosting this unique symposium in Mumbai as a demonstration of our commitment."

"To ensure that our customers have access to the newest technologies, Agilent will showcase its latest chromatography, mass spectrometry and spectroscopy technology platforms," said Bhardwaj. "We will also feature workshops where participants can discuss the current challenges in food, pharma and applied chemical industries with industry leaders and experts from Agilent."

At the event, Agilent will showcase new platforms that will include: the Intuvo 9000 GC, the 4210 MP-AES, the 5110 ICP-OES and its liquid chromatography and mass spectroscopy solutions. These analytical instruments can be used by scientists, chemists and laboratory professionals working in key industries such as pharmaceuticals, food, research, agriculture, chemicals, petrochemical and mining.

Using the sophisticated, user-friendly technologies offered by these platforms, scientists are now able to work on a wider range of challenging applications with improved performance and ease of use, whilst also increasing laboratory productivity and economic value.

“Agilent takes all customer feedback seriously when it comes to developing new products. Concerns such as increasing laboratory productivity and ease of use of both software and hardware consistently rate highly. As well as with the exhibition of our groundbreaking technology, we will also be hosting a Pharma Regulatory Summit, and a Food Safety Summit, where industry experts will share their insights on the emerging trends that are driving adoption of these technologies in these areas,” said Bhardwaj.  

“The Total Agilent Experience aims to build a platform for the scientific community to share their concerns and suggest strategies overcome these hurdles. We are committed to providing our customers with the best tools to meet their application needs,” he added.

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