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The Glass Class

FRS 114

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Glass is so ubiquitous in our daily lives that we barely notice it anymore. Yet, our modern lives would have been very different (or nearly impossible) without it. Although one may associate glass with only windows or containers, glass, as a class of material, has far-reaching applications in global communications, biomedical, and energy industries! In fact, glass has enabled so many technologies in the past 50 years, some may argue that we now live in the "Glass Age". This interdisciplinary seminar will take a deep dive into the science of glass, with discussions of history, art, and societal impact.
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