Kodokian And Morgan Are Named DuPont Fellows

July 18, 2016
DuPont Fellows represent the highest technical level in the company and are recognized for outstanding science and engineering achievement.

DuPont names George Kodokian and Andrew Morgan as DuPont Fellows, the highest technical professional level in the company. Kodokian and Morgan are being honored for their outstanding technical expertise and leadership, according to the company. They join an elite group of scientists and engineers with only 24 other active members globally.

George Kodokian (Wilmington, Del., U.S.) is an engineer who brings an entrepreneurial, problem-solving mindset and business acumen to generate material solutions for customers in drug delivery, reactor liners, fibers technology, automotive coatings, biomedical and energy storage materials, according to DuPont.

Andrew Morgan (Reigate, United Kingdom) is a scientist, researcher and thought leader in the field of food and nutrition science with a career spanning food ingredients, health and nutrition, food and feed enzymes and plant biotechnology. He was reportedly a pioneer in the discovery and development of feed enzymes for animal nutrition, and his vision and leadership has been instrumental in establishing the Health and Nutrition Science platform within DuPont Nutrition & Health.

For more information, visit: www.dupont.com

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