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Click Netherfield are always looking for new and better ways to display exhibits. In pursuit of this, we talk to our suppliers and technology partners to find genuine innovations in glass and metal. Our Chairman John French was in Budapest recently to look at a new innovation in display.

This patented invention by András Gótzy of Instore Media creates the effect of suspending an object in mid air in the display case or box.

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Narrative Space
Leicester University held their Narrative Space Conference between the 19th and 22nd of April with some of the great and good of the academic and non academic world coming together in this fascinating conference.

Regrettably, the Icelandic volcano eruption meant that not just as many of the international speakers were able to make it to the conference as had been planned, but a flurry of last minute reorganisation by Suzanne Macleod and her team of magic makers ensured that as many as possible of those who couldn't be there had the opportunity to deliver their seminars through the wonders of live technology.

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Irish Drama
The reopening of the Ulster Museum in October 2009, after a 3 year refurbishment project, marked its first major redevelopment in nearly 40 years. Funding totalling almost £18m was provided by the Department of Culture, Arts and Leisure, the Heritage Lottery Fund and a number of private benefactors. The project included a complete renewal of the Art, History and Natural Sciences galleries and provided an opportunity to redisplay and reinterpret objects from these collections.

This initiative, described as one of the most important cultural projects in Northern Ireland, has resulted in a dramatic but sensitive transformation of both the interior and exterior of the building.

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