Dow Earns Four 2018 Edison Awards for Breakthrough Technologies at NYC Event

Four breakthrough technologies from The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) were recognized with prestigious Edison Awards on April 11, 2018. Selected from thousands of nominees, the winners were announced at the annual Edison Awards Gala in New York City. EA-4600 LV Hot Melt RTV Translucent silicone technology and Dow Performance Silicones Moldable Optical Silicone each earned silver Edison Awards. Dow’s EVOLV3D™ Universal Support Material received a bronze award. A bronze Edison Award also went to Blue4est® with ROPAQUE™ NT-2900 Hollow Sphere Pigments from Dow and The Koehler Paper Group. The Edison Awards honor excellence in new product and service development, marketing, human-centered design, and innovation.

“Thomas Edison developed the industrial laboratory, focusing invention on well-defined market needs. It has been called research with a purpose,” said A.N. Sreeram, senior vice president, Research & Development, and chief technology officer for Dow. “Just like Edison, our research is customer focused, solving customer and societal needs and creating value for our shareholders. We are pleased to receive this recognition for our innovations and innovators.”

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