Could Gene Editing Help Eradicate Malaria?

Could Gene Editing Help Eradicate Malaria?

Malaria is one of the world’s deadliest diseases, accounting for more than 440,000 deaths a year.  Humans contract it from the bite of a mosquito infected with a parasite. Now, scientists are experimenting with a new approach to eradicate the disease using a...
Agilent in Genomics

Agilent in Genomics

We are entering an exciting era in the advancement of human health. New technologies and a greater understanding of disease are driving a revolution in precision medicine. Physicians are able to identify and treat maladies earlier, more effectively and at a lower...
The Buzz Around Fake Honey

The Buzz Around Fake Honey

Honey has been a part of our diet for the past 8,000 years.  Pure honey is nutritious and good for your health.  Unfortunately, the honey you purchase may not be so pure. Australia is currently dealing with a scandal of fake honey.  Authorities discovered that some...
Agilent Recycles!

Agilent Recycles!

At Agilent, we manufacture electronic instruments.  We also use a lot of computing equipment to conduct business.  Over the past three years, Agilent’s internal IT Computing Services have decommissioned more than 50 tons of hardware worldwide. I’m happy to report...
Agilent and the Ancient American Migration

Agilent and the Ancient American Migration

Have you had your DNA tested to learn your ethnic history?  Archaeological scientists are doing this on a massive scale to study the first Americans.  U.S. researchers studied genomic data from 49 ancient Americans, including several specimens 11,000 years old. The...
Career Advice from an Agilent Executive

Career Advice from an Agilent Executive

Nina Green’s 30+ year career in healthcare includes executive positions at Quest Diagnostics, Novartis and GE Healthcare.  She is now an Agilent vice president and general manager of our Companion Diagnostics business. Why did Ms. Green choose Agilent? “Agilent is a...
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