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The latest laminated, anti-glare cover glass from SCHOTT – CONTURAN® IR Protect – deflects more than 80 percent of infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
A quarter of a century ago, the German technology group SCHOTT followed a customer to San Luis Potosí, and a Latin American success story began
Ultra-thin smartphone protective glass from SCHOTT now available in retail.
SCHOTT technology group opens its “Opportunity Lab” to the public for fresh ideas.
The partners are planning to introduce the first results together at an international technology and networking event, VISION | Flexible Glass, April 4-5, at Fraunhofer FEP in Dresden, Germany.
The Supervisory Boards of SCHOTT AG and Carl Zeiss AG have once again each elected Prof. Dr. Dieter Kurz as their Chairman.
With a state-of-the-art melting tank for ZERODUR® glass-ceramic production, SCHOTT is now increasing its production capacities in Mainz to ensure customers reliable delivery.
SCHOTT NARIMA glass is particularly suited to landmark architecture, like opera houses, memorials, museums, and flagship shopping destinations.
Unexplored depths: the world’s largest telescope will peer out into space with technology from Mainz
M2 will be the largest convex mirror ever produced.
The 14th Otto Schott Research Award recognizes three researchers for their diverse findings on the strength of glass.
The 14th Otto Schott Research Award honors three researchers from three continents for their groundbreaking findings on the strength of glass
Since early researchers first became aware of their potentially deadly effects, the only confirmed form of protection available to those who were required to work with X-rays, gamma rays and similar emissions, was to conceal themselves behind lead…
SCHOTT’s glass wafers and substrates are transforming radio frequency components and micro-electromechanical systems. Advanced materials from SCHOTT, the international technology group and specialty glass experts, are shaking up the electronics…
New multimedia platform highlights innovations made possible with glass - SCHOTT, the international technology group, has launched an online platform that showcases the innovative potential of glass.
Technology group receives award for its ultra-thin glass in the category large companies Thinner than a human hair and yet so flexible that it can be wrapped around your little finger. It is flexible like plastic, but asstable as glass.
The international technology group SCHOTT AG has closed the sales of its CSP (Concentrated Solar Power) business to Rioglass Solar by agreement with the regulatory bodies.
A new online platform launched by the technology group SCHOTT shows how the age-old material glass now unfolds its power of innovation more than ever before.
The special glass expert SCHOTT is presenting ultra-thin glasses that enable various functionalities in printed electronic components as a flexible substrate material (Hall B0, Booth 106) at the leading international trade fair for printed and…
That’s the world’s strongest thinnest glass. And yes, it bends too. We recently traveled to San Francisco and New York and gave members of the media the chance to touch (and bend) our ultra-thin glass.
The special glass expert SCHOTT will be presenting ultra-thin glasses that enable various functionalities in printed electronic components as a flexible substrate material (Hall B0, Stand 106) at the leading international trade fair for printed…
Effective July 1, 2016, Dr. Jens Schulte (44) will serve as the new CFO of SCHOTT AG. He will be responsible for the areas of Finance, Information Technology and Purchasing. Dr.
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From streaming of breathtaking sports events to high-tech material research: without borosilicate glass to protect cameras or for use in neutron conductors, such modern applications would not be possible.