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Industrial Revelations: Theo Jelink, AkzoNobel 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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Theo Jelink

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.

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