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schott

[shät]
(geography)
A shallow saline lake in southern Tunisia or on the plateaus of northern Algeria, which is usually dry during the summer.
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With the development of the innovative glass optical fibers PURAVIS, SCHOTT has launched a green product to the market that is manufactured in an environmentally friendly manner and, at the same time, transmits even whiter light than conventional glass optical fibers.
Experts at the SCHOTT event reported that specialty drugs are driving medical growth in developing countries, and the self-administered drug market is expected to double in the next five years.
Oil & gas company Goodrich Petroleum (NYSE:GDP) stated on Wednesday that Jan Schott will step down as its senior vice president and chief financial officer .
Nikolaos Katsikis of SCHOTT and Raz Rashelbach of Algatech presented the study results at the Algae Biomass Summit in San Diego, CA.
Schott and Algatech's R&D agreement will expand their joint cooperation to optimize Algatech's production and optimize tubing design for the algae production industry on the whole.
He was predeceased by his first wife of 45 years, Madeline (Donnelly) Schott, and his sisters Rosemary Schott and Corinne Stoebel.
In a few very rare cases Schott proposes a sesquipedalian teutonym where a perfectly serviceable English term already exists--there's no pressing need for Pissoirzuruckhaltung when we already have paruresis, nor Schwiegermutterkurvenlanghals when rubbernecking will do.
Schott served as a summer associate with Henderson Franklin in 2012.
Martin Heming, Chief Executive Officer at SCHOTT Solar AG.
Schott Solar has created 350 jobs in the new facility, the company said today in a statement.
Entering into a supply contract with SCHOTT Solar is an important step for the growth of DC Power Systems," said Daniel Marin, executive vice president for DC Power Systems, "Solar modules are well respected for their durability and efficiency.