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How do you describe what you do – and analytical science in general – to those unfamiliar with the field?


Highlighting analytical applications tends to start interesting conversations that most people can easily relate to. After all, analytical science touches all of our lives in many ways. I point out that the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat, the drugs we take are all assumed to be safe – and link it back to the science.

Once I’ve introduced them to the hidden world of analytical chemistry, I can switch gears and introduce the role of Agilent, which I describe as a mission driven company. For example, I’ll talk about how we help researchers find new ways to treat disease by providing the underlying tools and technology. 

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