Silver Tech News from the Silver Institute

The Silver Institute has released its February Silver News, jam-packed with stories on the latest developments in silver technology. This issue includes an interview with an industry insider about the recent American Eagle coin shortage, as well as articles about silver in hard drives, spark plugs, and the Gorilla Glass used on smartphones.

“‘Corning’s Antimicrobial Gorilla Glass inhibits the growth of algae, mold, mildew, fungi, and bacteria because of its built-in antimicrobial property, which is intrinsic to the glass and effective for the lifetime of a device,’ said James R. Steiner, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Corning Specialty Materials, in a prepared statement for CES 2014. He added: ‘This innovation combines best-in-class antimicrobial function without compromising Gorilla Glass properties. Our specialty glass provides an excellent substrate for engineering antimicrobial and other functional attributes to help expand the capabilities of our Corning Gorilla Glass and address the needs of new markets.'”

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2 Responses to Silver Tech News from the Silver Institute

  1. charles jeffries says:

    The gold price all time high is $1895 per oz. A 2013 mining statistic stated gold needs to reach $1950 per oz. to cover mining costs…Question, are mining companies exploring and mining at a current top line revenue loss or are these numbers incorrect ?

    Thanks, Charlie J.

  2. charles jeffries says:

    Observation ///// Question:

    Per the inimitable Eric Sprott :: China bought 16% of the total world gold production in 2013. Yes 16% and the price of gold still declined. Obviously no other commodity would have reacted similar. What market force or activity dictated the pricing behavior?

    Thanks, Charlie J.