Our People


Dow AgroSciences provides a culture and environment where the best and brightest minds in plant science can focus on innovating to meet the world’s growing need for food, feed and fiber. Our researchers are aligned, engaged and accountable, sharing their own unique perspectives to fulfill a purpose they believe in: Solutions for the Growing World.

Our researchers work in labs, offices, field stations, test plots and farm fields around the globe to translate today’s research into tomorrow’s products. With research facilities across North America, South America, Asia/Pacific and Europe, we’re able to think globally, but act locally, to ensure we discover and develop the best solutions for each geographic area we serve.

Professional Achievement
Dow AgroSciences works with researchers to help them achieve their goals, whether they want to become administrative or scientific leaders – or both. At every level, we provide opportunities to work independently and across disciplinary teams with projects focused on crop improvement and protection.

We celebrate achievements throughout the R&D organization, including providing internal recognition for innovation, scientific excellence, leadership excellence and continuous improvement, and sharing external recognition for patents, publications and industry honors.

Researchers who have attained our highest level of achievement become Dow AgroSciences Fellows. As our scientific leaders, they have a specific mission within the organization:

  • Advocating for high-quality science and project success
  • Contributing to the vision for technological breakthroughs
  • Cultivating, promoting and celebrating the scientific community
  • Providing a forum and safe environment for mentorship, coaching and inspiration

To learn more about becoming part of the Dow AgroSciences R&D organization, visit our Careers page.


More than 60 of our scientists serve as adjunct faculty at more than 40 colleges and universities worldwide.


Research at Dow AgroSciences includes scientific and technician roles for a wide variety of disciplines, including:

• Plant pathology
• Entomology
• Crop science
• Soil science
• Horticulture
• Molecular biology
• Biotechnology
• Organic chemistry
• Biochemistry
• Plant biology
• Plant breeding
• Agronomy
• Quantitative genetics
• Genomics
• Bioinformatics
• Statistics
• Computer science
• Chemical engineering
• Analytical chemistry