Looking to optimize your plastic products? Glass powder might be the perfect material to add to your solution.
It provides plastics with a full new range of properties.
SCHOTT’s hands-free opening glass door system SCHOTT Termofrost® Smart Access was awarded the German Design Award Gold 2018.
Big breakthroughs in technology can hinge on the smallest of details. Manufacturers are demanding precisely structured glass wafers to drive new applications in sensor, battery, and diagnostic technology.
Latest microscopy techniques allow scientists to see cells with resolution beyond the Abbe Limit.
With its “supplier-enabled innovation” concept, Bayer is going to bring new medications to market more quickly and safely.
Astronomers are constantly looking for ways to obtain deeper insights of outer space so that they can further explore the universe. Technology such as the Extremely Large Telescope (ELT) must be able to capture as much light as possible before transferring it onto scientific instruments.
Achieving something new requires having deep insight. So if you are looking to develop new treatment approaches, you first need to have more precise diagnoses.
Almost everything in drug manufacturing is about quality and time. By embracing tried-and-true standardization concepts, drug manufacturers can elevate their operations to a whole new level.
Water is a scarce resource. And the technologies to clean water in a sustainable way and to reduce users’ footprint are extremely important. Tiny algae are the ones to provide a really environmentally-friendly solution.
An interview with Sales Director Stephan Schabacker about product development of automotive interiors.
Interview with the German “Car Pope” Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Dudenhöffer.
CLEARAS Water Recovery transforms waste to value through biological wastewater treatment.
Researchers on the TU Delft campus have built a bridge out of glass tubes from SCHOTT.
SCHOTT’s radiation shielding glass is the glass of choice when equipping laboratories, practices or clinics.
Video impressions on the ZERODUR® M1 cast for the Extremely Large Telescope.
Focus of the SCHOTT technology magazine 2/17 is life science
Due to their specific material features DURAN® glass tubing bends are suitable for pneumatic conveying systems.
SCHOTT wraps ultrathin glass around a finger. The future has begun!
Five key words, five impressions. A rather unusual interview with trend researcher Dr. Eike Wenzel.
Glass production is prepped for digital transformation.