Agilent's Tianwei Jing named Arizona Bioscience Executive of the Year

June 23, 2006
June 23, 2006, Palo Alto, CA--Agilent Technologies announced that Tianwei Jing, Ph.D., research and development manager for its atomic force microscope business (formerly Molecular Imaging Corp.), has received the Arizona Bioscience Executive of the Year award from the Arizona BioIndustry Association (ABA; www.azbioindustry.org). The ABA recognizes leadership by a bioscience company executive that most significantly advanced the bioindustry in Arizona in the previous year.

June 23, 2006, Palo Alto, CA--Agilent Technologies announced that Tianwei Jing, Ph.D., research and development manager for its atomic force microscope business (formerly Molecular Imaging Corp.), has received the Arizona Bioscience Executive of the Year award from the Arizona BioIndustry Association (ABA; www.azbioindustry.org). The ABA recognizes leadership by a bioscience company executive that most significantly advanced the bioindustry in Arizona in the previous year.

Dr. Jing co-founded Molecular Imaging Corp. in Tempe, AZ, with Dr. Stuart Lindsay in 1993. A key member of the executive management team, Jing has been instrumental in the company's technical leadership and business success for more than 14 years. The firm grew to become a premier developer and manufacturer of scanning probe microscopes (SPMs), which are high-resolution imaging and measurement tools used in nanotechnology.

As Molecular Imaging's senior VP for engineering, Dr. Jing led the company's research and development efforts from before its inception until present. He also has played a key role in managing the company's business strategy, including its acquisition by Agilent in November 2005.

Jing has authored more than 29 scientific publications and holds more than 16 patents for the scanning probe microscope. He has served as a faculty research associate at Arizona State University. Jing earned a doctorate in experimental condensed matter physics at Princeton, where he also served a postdoctoral fellowship in the physics department.

For more information, see www.agilent.com.

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