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O-I’s new $35M R&D center aimed at ‘revolutionary’ innovations in melting, forming and prototyping glass products

By / September 28, 2012

Yesterday Owens-Illinois Inc., a company that describes itself as the world’s largest maker of glass containers, delivered a strategic signal to its customers and competitors, with the announcement it would be building a huge new research and development center. Following a model I’ve seen most often in European manufacturing centers, O-I says it wants to have…

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O-I’s new $35M R&D center aimed at ‘revolutionary’ innovations in melting, forming and prototyping glass products

By Eileen De Guire / September 28, 2012

Yesterday Owens-Illinois Inc., a company that describes itself as the world’s largest maker of glass containers, delivered a strategic signal to its customers and competitors, with the announcement it would be building a huge new research and development center. Following a model I’ve seen most often in European manufacturing centers, O-I says it wants to have…

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Two steps forward, one step back for solar tech in Ohio

By / July 10, 2011

Array of Isofoton PV panels in Morocco. The State of Ohio has been whipsawed by recent positive and negative announcements related to solar tech industries and jobs, including word of a new utility-scale solar farm and a new solar panel manufacturing facility, but also the unexpected news that a new recipient of a big Department…

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Abdul-Majeed Azad on Utilization of CO2 – Some alternatives to sequestration

By / August 18, 2010

University of Toledo professor Abdul-Majeed Azad believes a new paradigm is needed as the science community considers how to deal with the growing amount and threat of CO2
in the atmosphere.

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Video of the week: Utilization of CO2 – Some alternatives to sequestration

By / July 8, 2010

[flash https://ceramics.org/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/azad.flv mode=1 f={image=/ceramictechtoday/wp-content/video/azad.jpg}] University of Toledo professor Abdul-Majeed Azad believes a new paradigm is needed as the science community considers how to deal with the growing amount and threat of CO2 in the atmosphere. Azad and his group of researchers believe that scientists are overly obsessed with sequestration approaches and need to broaden their…

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Ohio’s first ‘solar highway’ to be created

By / April 14, 2010

According to a State of Ohio press release, the Ohio Department of Transportation is partnering with the University of Toledo to create the state’s first large scale “solar highway.” ODOT will invest $1.5 million in federal funds to install and study a solar array along Interstate 280 right of way near Toledo that will be…

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