SCHOTT’s Glass Made of Ideas Blog Sheds Light on Glass Innovations

SCHOTT North America today launched its Glass Made of Ideas blog, which establishes a platform where industrial designers, manufacturers, and consumers can gain a clear view into cutting-edge glass technology and innovations.

SCHOTT’s blog will marshal some of the top experts in specialty glass to deliver news and insights about glass technology that improves the way people live and work.In addition, the Glass Made of Ideas blog will showcase the aesthetic beauty of glass through stunning photography, slide shows, and other multimedia.

The blog will concentrate on the fields of design, defense and energy, home technologies, optics, pharmaceutical and medical, and glass innovations. Initial posts include the following:

“SCHOTT has pooled its glass expertise to bring readers first-hand accounts of the incredible—and often overlooked—properties of glass that make it a crucial component in everything from pharmaceutical packaging to nuclear power plants,” says Barbara Augenblick. “Our goal is to start a conversation with designers, manufacturers, and consumers about the potential of glass for a wide variety of applications, both now and in the future.”

More information about SCHOTT North America and the Glass Made of Ideas blog is available on the blog’s about page. Business professionals, associates, and the press are invited to visit or subscribe to the SCHOTT North American blog using any RSS reader.

About SCHOTT

SCHOTT is an international technology group with more than 125 years of experience in the areas of specialty glasses and materials and advanced technologies. SCHOTT ranks number one in the world with many of its products. Its core markets are the household appliance, pharmaceuticals, electronics, optics, transportation and architecture industries. The company is strongly committed to contributing to its customers' success and making SCHOTT an important part of people's lives with high-quality products and intelligent solutions. SCHOTT is committed to managing its business in a sustainable manner and supporting its employees, society and the environment. The SCHOTT Group maintains close proximity to its customers with manufacturing and sales units in all major markets. Its workforce of around 16,000 employees generated worldwide sales of $2.6 billion (approximately 2.0 billion euros) for the 2011/2012 fiscal year.

600450 SCHOTT’s Glass Made of Ideas Blog Sheds Light on Glass Innovations glassonweb.com

See more news about:

Others also read

SCHOTT is introducing a new, innovative portfolio of structured glass substrates that offers highly accurate and versatile features: FLEXINITY™. Credit: SCHOTT
SCHOTT is introducing a new, innovative portfolio of structured glass substrates that offers highly accurate and versatile features: FLEXINITY™.
Cold bending makes it possible to place curvatures on glass immediately before installation. (Photo credit: Lisec Austria GmbH)
Thin glass is revolutionising the performance spectrum of glass and glass panes.
CONTURAN® IR Protect deflects infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) radiation with a high degree of success. Picture: SCHOTT AG.
The latest laminated, anti-glare cover glass from SCHOTT – CONTURAN® IR Protect – deflects more than 80 percent of infrared (IR) and ultraviolet (UV) radiation.
Exceptional quality and safety standards are hallmarks of the production at SCHOTT Gemtron´s flat glass plant in San Luis Potosi. Photo: SCHOTT
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
The ultra-thin glass from SCHOTT is not only convincing under laboratory conditions, but also when utilized as a protective display for smartphones, where it responds reliably to the daily challenges the devices are constantly confronted with.
Ultra-thin smartphone protective glass from SCHOTT now available in retail.
SCHOTT’s Opportunity Lab addresses current and potential customers who are looking for solutions for their ideas and projects. Glass with its various properties could be just the suitable material they need.
SCHOTT technology group opens its “Opportunity Lab” to the public for fresh ideas.

Add new comment