Tomorrow's World Today

Catch Eastman on Tomorrow’s World Today!

Eastman is featured in three episodes during season 2 of the Science Channel show.

When the Science Channel’s Emmy-nominated television show Tomorrow’s World Today (TWT) began searching the world for innovative companies that are creating new ways to utilize our natural and technological resources for a more sustainable lifestyle, it found Eastman. When TWT returns for its second season beginning in May, Eastman will be featured as a contributing thought leader and expert in three episodes.

Catch us on:
  • Sunday, May 5, at 8:30 a.m. EDT
  • Saturday, May 18, at 8 a.m. EDT
  • Sunday, May 19, at 8:30 a.m. EDT (repeat of Saturday, May 18)
  • Saturday, May 25, at 8 a.m. EDT

Media Resources

Eastman coatings experts to be featured in Tomorrow’s World Today on the Science Channel


Episode 1 - Coatings

Tune in for a glimpse of the future of coatings and what Eastman is doing to anticipate the needs of the coatings industry and move innovation forward. You’ll get a look at Eastman’s Weathering Facility in Kingsport, Tenn., and learn more about the importance of weathering and durability testing when it comes to our advanced coatings.

Episode 2 - Tires

Journey to Eastman’s Akron, Ohio, site to learn about our track record of success in collaborating with tire manufacturers around the world on innovative materials that make tires more durable, handle more securely and grip the road better.

Episode 3 - Plastics

Learn about the innovative science and people behind Eastman Tritan™ copolyester, and how, in Kingsport, that material goes from liquid to a pelletized form that is used in manufacturing countless products ranging from water bottles and blenders to medical equipment and baby bottles. You’ll discover why products made with Tritan™ from Eastman are better than glass, better than stainless steel, and better than any other plastic.

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