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材料科学の専門知識と協力的な文化により、
未来に向けた新しい技術の創出を実現

コーニングの技術革新への取り組みは成長の原動力となっています。当社は、研究開発への継続的な投資、材料とプロセス開発の独自の組み合わせ、技術上の難題を解決するためのお客様との密接な協力によって成功を収めています。当社はアメリカ国家技術賞を4年連続で受賞しています。これは、当社のテクノロジーリーダーシップおよびR&D環境の成果であり、これが、世界で最も優秀な科学者たちを引きつけてきました。この才能のパイプラインは、人々の生活を大きく変える革新技術を160年以上にわたりもたらしてきました。

世界を変えるために必要なものとは?

世界を変えるために必要なものとは?

1870年代にコーニングの住民は当社を「Smokestack University(煙突大学)」と呼ぶようになりました。コーニングの工場のあるこの小さな町は、新製品の研究開発、製造プロセスの改善のために採用された研究好きな科学者や博士で溢れかえっていました。

科学者のDr. ユージン サリバンが1908年にコーニングと契約するころには、会社の将来の発展において研究開発がその原動力となることは疑いようのないことでした。同氏はコーニングの産業研究開発環境において、科学的な検出方法を導入し確立しました。同氏にとって、ガラスの化学的性質を理解することは、その特性を調整し、新しい使用方法を見つけることを意味しました。

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