Industrial Revelations: Theo Jelink, AkzoNobel Chemicals
In our ongoing series championing scientists in industry, we look at one chromatographer’s experience of innovation and knowledge transfer in the field of specialty chemicals.
Theo Jelink has worked at AkzoNobel Chemicals for almost 40 years. After a stint in the army, a series of speculative letters to chemical companies saw him gain a position in the Research, Development and Innovation (RD&I) Department of AzkoNobel, where the chance to experiment with multiple analytical tools soon had him hooked. Here, he tells us more about working with cutting-edge tech and the collaborative culture at the company.
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