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We are celebrating 125 years of dreaming in bigger, bolder ways. Through our expertise and collaboration, we come together to Imagine Better and create a more sustainable future.

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The Seek Together podcast series
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Join us for Episode 5: The Art of Finding Opportunity

Hear how art can alter perspectives, inspire innovation and help us #ImagineBetter.

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Tune in to Episode 4: Sustainability in Sports

Explore how collaboration between organizations, communities, athletes and fans can make sports more sustainable for all.

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Listen to Episode 3: The Power of Inclusion

Listen to this episode to explore the importance of research to drive sustainable progress in the space of Inclusion, Diversity and Equity.

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Don't miss Episode 2: Future of Mobility

Join us as we reflect on the importance of materials science, collaboration and innovation for faster, safer, more reliable and sustainable cars.

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“Profiles in Innovation” features Team Dow

In partnership with The Wall Street Journal Custom Content*, these are the stories of some of our colleagues from around the globe who exemplify what 'Imagine Better' is all about. See how they’re helping us become the most innovative, customer-centric, inclusive and sustainable materials science company in the world.

Jamie Cohen, The Analytical Leader

Jill Martin Ph. D, The Circular Economist

Ademola Idowu, The Data Guru

Profile in Innovation: Han Zhang, The Green Businessman

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* Wall Street Journal Custom Content is a unit of The Wall Street Journal Advertising Department. The Wall Street Journal news organization was not involved in the creation of this content.