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Corning® Gorilla® Glass: The material Swiss concept auto maker #Rinspeed chose for their #Etos' sunroof, rear window, interactive display console and (coolest of all) #DRONE landing pad and docking station. Ah, Gorilla Glass...what's next? Stay tuned to Corning! http://ow.ly/WyMl302oFSl
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Gail McGovern, president and CEO of the American Red Cross, recently visited Corning’s Headquarters to recognize employee blood-drive efforts. In 2016, 51% of Corning employees donated to the Red Cross, contributing to more than 24,00 units of blood collected over the past 10 years, which potentially saved more than 72,000 individuals. #CorningCares

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Corning is proud to be named as one of the “World’s Most Admired Companies” in its industry group by Fortune Magazine’s annual survey. Learn more about the ranking: http://ow.ly/Hsvf309buPI

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Meet Amy Porter, the first female plant manager of Corning's Harrodsburg, Ky. manufacturing facility. Amy’s extensive experience in engineering, operations, and leadership prepared and shaped her for leadership of the facility, helping to continue this plant's rich 65-year history of manufacturing excellence. Learn more about other great women at Corning like Amy: http://ow.ly/WvMb309fo14. #NationalEngineersWeek

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Corning’s fusion process is used to create some of our most iconic products like Corning® Gorilla® Glass, our EAGLE XG substrates, and many more. Learn how this process creates smooth, flat, and dimensionally stable glass: http://ow.ly/K91Z309bBRt. #ProcessExpertise

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Employees from Corning's Concord, N.C. facility recently started a high school #STEM program, helping to prepare teenagers for engineering and technical careers that are vital to the future of #innovation. Learn more about our support of STEM education: http://ow.ly/AmDo309bjdO. #NationalEngineersWeek

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During #ScienceFridays we explore the amazing properties of glass. Glass scientists have calculated that it would require 20 trillion times the age of the Earth to create a visible change in thickness in a glass window. Learn more about how glass can stretch the limits of reality: http://ow.ly/hGFJ3096M9S.

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#TBT to 1921 when Corning innovators, William J. Woods and David E. Gray, designed the ribbon machine, revolutionizing the way glass lightbulbs were made. Before the ribbon machine, each bulb was hand blown by a skilled glassblower. Fast forward to 1926, when the ribbon machine produced more than 1,600 lightbulbs per minute. Learn more and see the ribbon machine in action here: http://ow.ly/AGks3092pr3

The mass production of light bulbs was quite the engineering quandary back in the early 1900s, considering even the most "skilled glassblowers"...
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Ready to lace up your sneakers and work out? Join “Inspired by Glass” host Maddie Gionet in the ultimate fitness experience as she chats with Bill Bradford, chief digital officer at Beachbody, about Corning’s Fitness Mirror prototype featuring Beachbody On Demand content and a host of other interactive capabilities. http://ow.ly/qFPq3091VmY #GlassAgeToday

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For the past 10 years we've innovated to bring beautiful and incredibly tough #GorillaGlass to your favorite mobile devices. Now we're taking tough to new heights with Gorilla Glass 5. Watch it in action: http://ow.ly/Ioil308XhZQ. #AlwaysTough #AlwaysInnovating

You spoke, we innovated! See how Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5 became our toughest cover glass yet, far outpacing competitive glass by surviving...
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Find out how a geologist, Dr. George Beall, came to invent CorningWare,® and was granted over 100 other U.S. patents #FGF

A 54-year veteran of Corning, Dr. Beall has been granted more than 100 U.S. patents throughout his career, and was the first Corning employee to...
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Since inventing the first low-loss optical fiber in 1970, Corning has continued to develop and deliver new generations of the technology. Now it’s being used to revolutionize stadiums across the country including #MercedesBenzStadium. Learn more about how optical fiber has changed the world: http://ow.ly/gwd6308Qe7I

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Take a ride in Corning’s Connected Car prototype as “Inspired by Glass” host Maddie Gionet brings us back to CES 2017 to take a further look at how our innovative advanced glass technologies are accelerating into the automotive industry. http://ow.ly/R5XK308OtxV #GlassAgeToday

Join Corning on the road to connectivity with our Connected Car prototype featured at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show. Decked out in Corning Automotive Gl...
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The Renault Trezor was recently awarded best #ConceptCar of the year by the international automotive festival for its attention to detail and beautiful design. The Trezor’s L-shaped dashboard is a curved, ultra high-definition display with a Corning® Gorilla® Glass cover, making the perfect touch surface to connect seamlessly with the driver’s smartphone. Read more about how Gorilla Glass was used and why the Trezor won best #ConceptCar of 2016 here: http://ow.ly/cgNm308Lnx8

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The #BigGame is even better on a big screen. Did you know that our advanced display technologies bring brilliant images to life through consumer electronics, including large-screen TVs? Learn more about how Corning enables your viewing experience: http://ow.ly/gzeI308JDuS

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We may be headed for six more weeks of winter, but at least it’s beautiful here in Corning, New York. Enjoy this photo of our headquarters building from one of our employees, and stay warm. #TGIF

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