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DURAN Group launches anniversary campaign to celebrate 120 years of laboratory glassware

22-01-2013

His invention revolutionised modern chemistry: at the end of the 19th century, Otto Schott, founder of modern glass technology and what is now SCHOTT AG, invented a laboratory glass made from...

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SCHOTT Instruments has changed its name to SI Analytics

10-06-2009

SI Analytics products will continue to be developed and manufactured with the same high quality and innovation from the existing manufacturing site in Mainz. SI Analytics is busy developing the next generation of new products, to best serve its customers in the chemical, pharmaceutical, food & ...

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SCHOTT Is Now a Stock Corporation

02-07-2004

As of July 1st, the Mainz-based company previously known as SCHOTT GLAS is a stock corporation (AG). With its entry into the Mainz trade register as "SCHOTT AG," the conversion process is now...

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Green light for SCHOTT AG

Advisory board and foundation commissioner approve change to stock corporation

29-04-2004

At its meeting today the SCHOTT GLAS advisory board approved the transfer of the foundation enterprise into the legal form of a German stock corporation (Aktiengesellschaft). The advisory board...

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Apply now: Otto Schott Research Award 2005

25-03-2004

In 2005 the Ernst Abbe Fund will be presenting the Otto Schott Research Award for the eighth time. The price will be awarded for outstanding achievements in basic research, technology...

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SCHOTT achieves operating plus in 2002/2003

Emphasis on reorganization of global company group

19-02-2004

Change will continue to be an important aspect for the SCHOTT international technology group in the current 2003/2004 fiscal year (to Sept. 30). At the group's annual results press conference...

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