Industry Innovation Award

Winner of the German Industry Innovation Award

Thinner than a human hair, exceptionally flexible, yet extremely robust: ultra-thin glass enables innovations in the electronics and semiconductor industries. A jury of industry professionals awarded SCHOTT with the German Industry Innovation Award within the large company category.
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Let’s rethink
glass.

By reinventing glass for the past 130 years, we enable our customers to create products that challenge existing expectations, change markets or simply improve their businesses. Click here to find out more!
Photobioreactors

Let's bring light to algae

By developing special glass tubing and couplings, we give algae producers the possibilty to have an ideal technical and economic solution for the construction of photobioreactors for algae cultivation. 
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Technology Magazine

Technology Magazine

Bendable glass as a trailblazer

Our ultra-thin glass shows no fatigue whatsoever even after many thousands of bending cycles. You’ll learn more about what this flexible material can do and the innovations it enables in smartphones of the future, for instance, in the new issue of our technology magazine, which, by the way, has even more interesting stories to tell on research and technology. We hope you enjoy reading these!
Technology Magazine
Open Air Coziness

Open Air Coziness

It’s a comforting feeling gathering around a campfire under a starry night sky. Being together in the outdoors, the crackling of the flames – the more intense the fire, the closer we are drawn to it. And it comes as no surprise that there is a trend to move the enjoyment of an open-air fire to the convenience of our own gardens and rooftop terraces. Glass-ceramics ensures that safety and coziness are part of the package.
As Clear as Water

As Clear as Water

The US company Clearas has developed a biological, algae-based method by which water can be purifi ed for reuse and, at the same time, valuable biomass as a byproduct can be obtained. Photobioreactors that contain glass tubes demonstrate their ability to perform in a test facility. The balance sheet is rather impressive: By using the new method, phosphorus can be reduced by a factor of 10 and nitrogen by a factor of 3 compared with conventional technologies.