Inspiring talks reflect on the innovation’s past, future
When three Corning inventors developed the first low-loss optical fiber in 1970, they couldn’t imagine the communications revolution they were igniting. Upon the 45th anniversary of their discovery, it is clear that their work ultimately enabled people around the world to connect with information, devices, and each other.
To bring this achievement to life for the current innovators building on this legacy, Corning reunited Drs. Donald Keck, Robert Maurer, and Peter Schultz with its Science & Technology community.