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Better sleep with spaghetti and red pesto

In the last article we showed you how important proper nutrition is to healthy sleep. Some foods contain regular sleep-inducers; that is, substances that actually make us tired and support healthy sleep. ... mehr

The Earth says thank you for these innovations

How can all of us be more responsible in the treatment of our resources? Three designers have discovered their own surprising answers to this question. Find out how, in the future, you will be able to ... mehr

Origami in technology

Origami, the art of paper folding, arose around 1333 in Japan. For a long time there were only a few traditional models such as the crane, until the Japanese origamist Akira Yoshizawa (1911 – 2005) broke ... mehr

SCHOTT Milestones

The cornerstone of our organization was laid in Jena, Germany, back in 1884 by Otto Schott, Ernst Abbe and Carl and Roderich Zeiss, and known at the time as “Glastechnisches Laboratorium Schott & ... mehr

Nibbling on exotic fruits

Bet you haven’t heard of the exotic fruits below? It doesn’t matter, because we’re going to tell you where they come from, what they look like and what they taste like – so bone up with some ... mehr

Rethinking the fireplace

Today we will look beyond the cooking surface for some insight into another special glass-ceramic product from SCHOTT: fire-viewing panels. This was precisely the topic at the first SCHOTT ROBAX® Design ... mehr

Permaculture – a movement for a mind shift

Today we are going to think outside the box again and introduce you to permaculture, a movement begun in the 1970s by Bill Mollison and David Holmgren. Let’s start by looking at why permaculture is ... mehr