Perspectives

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LEADERSHIP INSIGHTS

Competitive Imperative Of A Total Innovation System

DuPont Chair & CEO Ellen Kullman shares insights at Council on Foreign Relations CEO Series.

Putting Progress Into Perspective

Jim Borel, executive vice president for Agriculture & Nutrition, puts progress into perspective

Stories Of Innovation

Wiping Out Guinea Worm

Why Guinea worm disease is on the brink of becoming the second human infection to go extinct.

Unlocking Opportunity for Women Farmers

Why empowering women with information, skills, science, and networking opportunities improves agricultural production and human rights.

The Potential of Packaging

The science behind a longer shelf life and a more food secure world.

Inspiring Future Food Leaders

As the current U.S. farm population nears retirement, it is more important than ever to build young agricultural leaders. Learn how DuPont Pioneer is helping shape this new generation through its My American Farm program.

Paving the Way to Economic Success

Creating reliable roads to build local economic trade

The Science of Cool

DuPont developed a new enzyme for Proctor & Gamble’s Tide cold water laundry detergent that enables cold water washing without compromising stain removal performance. With ‘Tide Coldwater Clean’ customers can wash their clothes in cold water effectively and save money on their energy bill.

Weathering Through the American Drought

Extreme conditions in California persist. But it's a food fight we all have a stake in.

Stretching the Possibilities of Kevlar®

From smartphones to the surface of the moon, this advanced material continues to push boundaries.

Coordinating Science to Create New Opportunities in the Rice Fields of Indonesia

Global demand for food is increasing by as much as 70 percent as our planet's population hurtles toward an expected 9 billion people. In developing nations like Indonesia, where ever-growing communities lean on local farmers for sustenance, successful agricultural practices can mean the difference between community and economic growth—and political unrest.

Engineering the Snow and Ice Away

How modern cities keep citizens moving during the worst snowfalls.

Respecting Culture, Respecting Safety

How women at Tata Steel shaped a new safety culture and dress code.