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Feb

23
The miraculous material of glass: innovation driver for tomorrow’s smartphones and sensors
The international technology group SCHOTT showed what great influence glass can have on the future of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets at an innovation event held in the “Chinese Silicon Valley” Shenzhen. Not only obvious components such as display screen protection glass are paving the way for the device designs of tomorrow, however – specialty glasses from SCHOTT are also positioned to revolutionize sensors, chips and antenna designs due to their physical compatibility with silicon. More

Feb

13
Glass-ceramic production is fit for the future
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 More

Jan

25
SCHOTT to demo new laser, IR glass at Photonics West 2017
International technology group’s specialists and developers to detail new optical materials, research in technical presentations and an optical designer workshop More

Jan

18
Unexplored depths: the world’s largest telescope will peer out into space with technology from Mainz
SCHOTT has been awarded a contract for the production of mirror substrates for the secondary (M2) and tertiary mirrors (M3) of the European Extremely Large Telescope. M2 will be the largest convex mirror ever produced. A second melting tank will soon go into operation to meet the sustained high demand for ZERODUR® glass-ceramic. More
2016

Nov

24
New ultra-thin and yet strong SCHOTT protection glass helps taking smartphones to the next level
Ultra-thin special glass “SCHOTT AS 87 eco” protects displays of smartphones and wearables, fingerprint sensors and camera lenses from scratches and cracks with high strength material More

Nov

14
Light and glass technologies illuminate the future of medicine
SCHOTT will present a broad medical products portfolio at COMPAMED which includes X-ray shielding glass, sterilizable Solidur® LEDs, and the LEDgine4 lighting module. More

Nov

07
Multitalented cover glass: “Made in Germany”
When it comes to technical glazing, SCHOTT can be highly recommended as an advisor and provider of complete solutions from a single source More

Oct

18
Three in one sweep: high strength, ultra-thin and eco-friendly
SCHOTT to launch new ultra-thin high strength glass for use in consumer electronics More

Aug

26
New Images of Planet Jupiter: Specialty Glass Protects Camera Eye of NASA’s Juno Probe from Cosmic Radiation
This weekend, NASA’s Juno probe will be flying closer to planet Jupiter than any spacecraft ever has before. Astronomers are hoping to receive some spectacular new shots of the planet and especially of its polar regions to gain new insights. Specialty glass from German SCHOTT AG will ensure that the camera lens is able to withstand the cosmic radiation for as long as possible and deliver brilliant images. More

June

07
SCHOTT to Introduce New “Eye-Safe” Laser Glass at Optatec
LG-960 for rangefinders, LIDAR systems and medical lasers More

May

31
SCHOTT offers the broadest portfolio of glass wafers
The specialty glass expert will present its material and technology expertise at the ECTC More

Apr

17
SCHOTT wins 2016 German Industry Innovation Award
Technology group receives award for its ultra-thin glass in the category large companies More

Apr

06
Flexible Glass for Printed Electronics
SCHOTT to present flexible glass for use in future applications at LOPEC More

Mar

29
SCHOTT to present flexible glass for the future market of printed electronics at LOPEC
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 electronics LOPEC 2016 from April 6 – 7 in Munich. More

Feb

16
SCHOTT to Introduce FOTURAN® II Glass Wafer at Photonics West
Improved photo-structurable glass ideal for RF/MEMS and biotech applications More

Feb

12
SCHOTT Experts to Lead Discussions, Demonstrate Advanced Optics Technologies at Photonics West
SCHOTT’s products and technologies on display will include laser glasses, IR materials, optical coatings, and wafers More
2015

Nov

25
SCHOTT’s D263® T eco ultra-thin glass features in smartphone fingerprint sensors
First models using glass in fingerprint sensors introduced to the market help protect user’s privacy More

Nov

24
Coated BOROFLOAT® glass substrates for customized light management design
Dichroic filters as well as hot and cold mirrors rely on the combination of BOROFLOAT®’s product characteristics More

Nov

16
SCHOTT to present its broad range of products for use in medical technology at Compamed
Focus on PURAVIS® optical glass fibers, RD 50® Radiation Shielding Glass, autoclavable housings and Solidur® LEDs More

Nov

10
SCHOTT presents its glass products for museums at Exponatec
Recently introduced MIROGARD® products at the center of attention More

Oct

01
Protective glass against many dangers: fire, ballistic and manual attack as well as UV rays
SCHOTT products provide preventive protection for museums and art exhibitions More

Sep

28
Bye-bye fingerprints and dirt thanks to MIROGARD® DARO picture glazing
Proven permanent anti-reflective coating from SCHOTT with oleophobic properties now also available for the field of art More

Sep

02
Ultra-thin glass from SCHOTT for use in the semiconductor and electronics industries
SCHOTT enables innovation in applications such as chip packaging, carrier wafers and touch sensors More

June

16
SCHOTT Offers Single Source for All Active and Passive Glass Components for Lasers
Material and coating expertise allows for optimized glass components that have an extremely high laser damage threshold More

June

09
SCHOTT Offers a Complete Range of Highly Sophisticated Interference Filters
SCHOTT’s development, manufacturing, and quality assurance expertise enables customer-specific interference filters for use in space exploration, medical diagnostics, and industrial applications More

May

07
Flexible glass for flexible electronics
With support from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the industry consortium KONFEKT is developing new technologies for the use of glass on roll in organic electronics More
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