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Science of Glass

Science of Glass

Science of Glass

Humankind's Most Important Material

“Without glass, the world would be unrecognizable.”

According to a recent feature published by The Atlantic, “glass has changed the world like no other substance…” Here at Corning, we couldn’t agree more!

From transforming the way the world is viewed and connected, to creating richer entertainment experiences, glass has played a vital role in society for centuries and is becomingly increasingly more important to our future. Discover why Doug Main of The Atlantic heralds glass as “the defining material of the human era.”

Read “Humankind’s Most Important Material” here.

(Published April 13, 2018)