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Mark A. Beck
Executive Vice President
Environmental Technologies & Life Sciences
Investor Meeting
February 8, 2013

Forward Looking and Cautionary Statements
Certain statements in this presentation constitute “forward looking” statements within the meaning of the U.S. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward looking statements are based on current expectations and involve certain risks and

uncertainties. Actual results might differ from those projected in the forward looking statements. Additional information concerning factors that could cause actual results to materially differ from those in the forward looking statements is contained in the Securities and Exchange Commission filings on the Company and at the end of this presentation.

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Enabling healthier lives
Environmental Technologies

Life Sciences

Emissions-control solutions

Research & bioprocessing solutions

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Enabling healthier lives
Environmental Technologies

Corning® Celcor® flow-through substrates for
gasoline & diesel vehicles

Emissions-control solutions

Corning® DuraTrap® particulate filters for
diesel vehicles

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Corning Environmental Technologies

Making cleaner air possible for 40 years
Los Angeles, CA: 1970

1970: Millions of U.S. vehicles producing 300 million tons
of pollutants
1970

U.S. Congress passes Clean Air Act

1971

Corning invents extrusion process

1973

Corning invents cordierite; builds first U.S. factory

1974

First commercial shipment of Corning substrates

1975

~3 million substrates on new U.S. autos

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Corning Environmental Technologies

Making cleaner air possible for 40 years
Los Angeles, CA: 1970

Corning invented the emissionscontrol technology that has helped prevent

Los Angeles, CA: Today

4 billion tons of hydrocarbons
4 billion tons of nitrogen oxides
40 billion tons of carbon monoxide

from entering the air we breathe.
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Corning Environmental Technologies

Air quality around the world is still a significant issue

Delhi, India

Jakarta, Indonesia

Cairo, Egypt
Santiago, Chile

Beijing, China
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Corning Environmental Technologies

Asia’s largest cities have harmful air-quality conditions
• Area has greatest concentration of
fine particulate matter in the world
• World Bank estimates China has 16
of the 20 most-polluted cities globally
• India ranks “dead last” in World
Economic Forum annual study on air
quality
• Black carbon is a potent global
warming agent
Satellite map of fine air-particulate pollution (averaged over 2001 – 2006) (Source: Donkelaar and Martin, Dalhousie University, 2010)

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Corning Environmental Technologies

Asia’s largest cities have harmful air-quality conditions

The New York Times; Jan. 12, 2013

The Financial Times; Feb. 4, 2013

Bloomberg.com; Jan. 16, 2013

China Daily; Jan. 29, 2013
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Corning Environmental Technologies

Tighter regulations are driving new markets & products
Emerging Markets – broader geographic reach
China
• Government proposes “Beautiful China” vision
• Heavy-duty regulations expected to start mid-2013
India

• Regulations tightening over next five years

Developed Markets – more sophisticated solutions

Corning Implications
Opens large heavy-duty
market (5x larger than U.S.)
Corning launches products for
local market requirements

Corning Implications

Europe
• Defining real-driving emissions standards this year
U.S.
• Approval of Tier 3 standards expected by end of year

Corning developing
new solutions
More Corning content
per vehicle

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Corning Environmental Technologies

Vehicles...
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