Agilent is collaborating with the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, one of Korea’s top public research universities, to further the development of inorganic analytical technology through research, education and knowledge-sharing. The new venture is expecting to groom the next generation of Korean scientists and technologists.
KAIST recently established the Inorganic Analysis Technology Cooperation Center, housing the latest Agilent mass spectrometry instruments for customers in South Korea’s semiconductor, chemical, energy and material science industries to conduct research or learn about breakthroughs in inorganic analysis technology. The center will focus on applications in energy, semiconductors, advanced materials and nanotechnology.
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