Through the creation of a focused ceramics marketplace, the exhibition draws attendance from genuine decision-makers within ceramic manufacturers and from a vast range of industries utilising ceramic materials and components, including transportation, automotive, aerospace, medical, electronics, military and environmental technology.
Sometimes it’s necessary to harness the sun’s energy to power our buildings, and other times we want to reflect that sunlight away from us at all costs to keep those same buildings cool and our energy bills down. Further, there’s been no shortage of research in the glass industry when it comes to figuring out the most efficient ways to harvest (or block) sunlight depending on our energy needs du jour.Read More | Aug 27, 2015
NASA’s New Horizons mission, which recently provided the first glimpse of the dwarf planet Pluto, wouldn’t have been successful without ceramics.Read More | Aug 27, 2015
Germany has a deadline when it comes to reducing emissions. Specifically, the country’s target is to slash emissions by 40% from their 1990 levels by 2020. That’s an ambitious goal, and the country’s clean energy policy is the driving force behind its commitment to establishing more energy-efficient practicesRead More | Aug 27, 2015