Karen LaMonte returned to Corning last week fo…

Karen LaMonte returned to Corning last week for her second of four week-long work sessions of her CMoG and Corning Incorporated Specialty Glass Residency, at Corning’s research and development facility. Building on the success of her first visit, Karen explored molds and methods for hot casting a glass-ceramic used for dental implants, and “Hench bioglass” which is used by doctors to promote bone and tissue healing. Stay tuned for more updates when Karen returns to Corning in October and December.

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