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Missouri S&T Holds Short Courses on Formulations, Compositions

Introduction to Paint Formulation and on Coatings Composition and Properties on their campus in Rolla, Missouri. 

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Missouri S&T will be hosting short courses in Introduction to Paint Formulation and on Coatings Composition and Properties on their campus in Rolla, Missouri. 

The Introduction to Paint Formulation is an intensive 5-day course held twice each year on the Missouri S&T campus.  The next course is May 20-24.

The  Coatings Composition and Properties for Sales and Marketing Personnel is a new course designed for those in the industry who buy and/or sell raw materials into the coatings market, as well as those who buy or sell coatings or simply use coatings.  The course is intended to help the newer person in the field gain a better understanding of the science behind paint.

For information, including course times and fees visit coatings.mst.edu

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