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Articles from SCHOTT solutions 2/2016
 
 
 
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Material with unlimited possibilities
How photostructurable FOTURAN® glass is ­driving innovations in future fields.
 
 
Articles from SCHOTT solutions 1/2016
 
 
 
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Fascinating flexibility
Ultra-thin glass is incredibly bendable, stable and versatile. It can be used to accelerate processors, reduce the size of chip packages and produce flexible smartphone displays in the electronics and semiconductor industries.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Making the invisible visible
SCHOTT is developing novel glasses for thermally insensitive and increasingly powerful optical infrared systems.
 
 
Articles from SCHOTT solutions 1/2015
 
 
 
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Multitalented glass
Glass and glass-ceramics surprise us as versatile materials that can transform, transport, store and use energy. As ”hidden champions,” they also offer solutions for the energy technologies of the future, from high-temperature fuel cells and batteries for electric cars to ­capacitors for use in renewable energy.
 
 
Articles from SCHOTT solutions 2/2014
 
 
 
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A material with a great future
Industry, universities and government organizations are coming up with more and more ideas on developing laser glasses. SCHOTT has been actively involved in this field for 40 years, ranks among the leading companies, and is involved in major pioneering large-scale projects.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Images of reality
SCHOTT uses computer simulations and modeling along the entire glass manufacturing process chain.
 
 
Articles from SCHOTT solutions 1/2014
 
 
 
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Research for the Benefit of Progress
For 25 years, the Otto Schott Research Center has stood for trend-setting glass development. The ”glass laboratory” from SCHOTT serves as the nucleus for yesterday’s, today’s and tomorrow’s innovative products and ­technologies.
 
 

The Algae Turbo
CONTURAX® glass tubes help to improve industrial growing of algae with photobioreactors.
 
 

The Glass Laboratory inside a Mountain
The geoscientist Prof. Donald Dingwell was presented with the 2014 Otto Schott Research Award for his volcanic research.
 
 

Articles from SCHOTT solutions 2/2013
 
 
 
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Accurate Predictions
A new mathematical model for calculating the strength of ZERODUR® glass-ceramic components provides better data on performance. Customers in fields such as aeronautics, astronomy and lithography stand to benefit.
 
 
 
 
 
Detective Work in the Nano World
SCHOTT researchers use a scanning electron microscope to observe and prepare even the smallest possible surface structures.
 
 
 
 
 
Electrifying Glass-Ceramics
Glass-ceramic holds great promise when used as a dielectric material for high-voltage capacitors in power electronics.
 
Articles from SCHOTT solutions 1/2013
 
 
 
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Ceramic inspirations for optics and lighting
Transparent and translucent ceramics are paving the way for interesting applications in imaging systems and LED technology.
 
 

The finest Photon Brush
ASML will begin serial manufacturing of so-called EUV wafer steppers that allow for chip structures of under 18 nanometers in 2014.
 
 

On the way to super strong glass
SCHOTT performs in-depth analyses and tests to learn more about the strength of glass and develop incredibly durable glass.
 
 

Materials at the limit
High-quality tube filters from SCHOTT produce light similar to sunlight in weathering devices from Atlas MTS.
 
 

Articles from SCHOTT solutions 2/2012
 
 
 
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Guiding Light with Precision
Nanostructuring of glass opens up innovative applications as a technology platform.
 
 

Investigating the Blueprint of Glass
Prof. Adrian C. Wright and Prof. Joachim Deubener received the Otto Schott Research Award.
 
 

On the Road to True Electromobility
A funded research project drives the use of lithium-air technology in higher performance batteries.
 
 

Articles from SCHOTT solutions 1/2012
 
 
 
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Glass has a long tale to tell
SCHOTT pharma services offers customers analytic services for pharmaceutical packaging.
 
 

Fit for High-end Applications
Young SCHOTT researcher developed glass-ceramics for high-power mobile phone antennas..
 
 

A Material with Future Potential
A scientific memorial colloquium discussed how glass-ceramics open up new possibilities.
 
 

Articles from SCHOTT solutions 1/2011
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Excellent Management of Technology
SCHOTT recognized for ”Successful Practice” in technology management.

Articles from SCHOTT solutions 2/2010
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Pioneering Glass Research
This year's Otto Schott Research Award went to Prof. Tanguy Rouxel from France.

Articles from SCHOTT solutions 1/2009
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Journey to the Future of Glass
Twelve Otto Schott Research Award winners on the trail of tomorrow’s materials.

Articles from SCHOTT solutions 2/2008
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Networks for the Future
Research and development employees at SCHOTT pursue a single goal: Innovation.

A Surprise to the Scientific World
Presentation of the 10th Otto Schott Research Award to Akio Ikesue with many former award winners.

Articles from SCHOTT solutions 2/2007
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Materials Research
Outstanding Models

Customer Support
Technological Trailblazer in Asia

Articles from SCHOTT solutions 1/2007
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Piezo Glass Ceramic
A Material Generates Voltage and Movement

Laser Glass
Igniting Ideas in Glass for Hot Furnaces

 
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