12 July 2021 | News
The annual scientific symposium showcased Agilent’s latest analytical solutions and provided a forum to network with Agilent technical teams
Agilent Technologies announced the fourth edition of the Total Agilent Experience (TAE) 2021, hosted virtually this year by Agilent India. In addition to showcasing Agilent’s latest analytical solutions, the symposium featured industry speakers who highlighted emerging trends in food, pharma, and biopharma industries, and provided a forum for 1-to-1 connections with Agilent’s technical teams through virtual interactive smart features.
Participants had the opportunity to attend live and on-demand sessions featuring advanced analytical solutions for emerging contaminants in food,mutagenic impurities in pharmaceuticals, biopharmaceutical process-related impurities, new methodologies in microplastics analysis, new sophisticated Raman technology for use in pharmaceutical applications, and many more.
On display at the symposium were Agilent’s latest chromatography, mass spectrometry, and spectroscopy platforms, including Agilent 7850 ICP-MS System; NanoDis System; InfinityLab Poroshell 120 and Agilent’s three InfinityLab Bio LC systems.
Nearly 500 attendees participated through a virtual symposium designed specially to foster interactions and discussions, wherein the participants could attend demos, technical webinars, and use chat and video call feature to connect with the Agilent technical team. The complete portfolio was on display through a virtual walk to the exhibition hall, technology booths, auditoriums, demo labs, software centres, and company resource centres.
“The Total Agilent Experience offers an excellent opportunity for scientists and industry experts to discuss new ways of solving emerging challenges and making their laboratories more efficient,” said Samir Vyas, Country Manager, Agilent in India.
He further remarks, “The virtual symposium featured interactive workshops to demonstrate technology advancements that enable our customers to work on challenging applications with improved performance and ease of use, while also increasing laboratory productivity and economic value.”