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Discover the Corning plant where Gorilla Glass was developed

The birthplace of Gorilla Glass resides in a small town in Kentucky's Bluegrass region. Find out how the glass was originally developed, and how it ended up on 4.5 billion devices worldwide.

Photos: Corning's Kentucky plant, birthplace of Gorilla Glass

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