Dow Chemical Names Attiganal Sreeram to Lead Core Research and Development

The Dow Chemical Company has appointed Attiganal N. Sreeram as vice president for Dow Core Research and Development.

Reporting to Chief Technology Officer and Corporate Vice President for Research and Development Bill Banholzer, Sreeram will be responsible for driving Dow strategy for its global core research group.Sreeram joins Dow from DuPont where he most recently served as global technology director and chief technology officer for DuPont Electronic Technologies.He will relocate from Boothwyn, Pennsylvania to Midland, Michigan.

Sreeram has extensive experience in the electronic chemical and materials industry. Before joining DuPont, he served as vice president of worldwide technology for Cookson Electronics, New Jersey, and before that, led the Electronic and Flat Display Program for Sarnoff Corporation, Princeton, New Jersey.

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600450 Dow Chemical Names Attiganal Sreeram to Lead Core Research and Development
Date: 21 June 2006

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