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CLICKNETHERFIELD ON TOP OF THE WORLD

Eight months after the grand opening of the Arctic Studies Center at the Anchorage Museum in Alaska, USA, we're proud to present to you some stunning new images showcasing our work on this project.
In a unique arrangement between two prestigious institutions, the Smithsonian Institution loaned large numbers of indigenous Alaskan artefacts to the Anchorage Museum, and its opening marked the conclusion of one of ClickNetherfield's longest running projects. 

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ANNUAL CONFERENCE GOES DOWN A STORM

 
On Thursday 9th December 2010, ClickNetherfield in conjunction with technical partner SCHOTT held its annual conference, entitled 'The Exhibition Space of the Future', in the Hochhauser Auditorium at the V&A Museum in London.

The conference was dedicated to the changing face of exhibition at the beginning of this decade, and aimed to explore new designs and techniques which are currently being used across the world.

A range of interesting presentations were heard by around 70 delegates representing various aspects of the museum industry worldwide. 

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CLICKNETHERFIELD UNVEIL NEW TECHNICAL PARTNER

 
ClickNetherfield are pleased to announce a new technical partnership with Ecogen, Italy. Ecogen is a subdivision of Isolcell, who have been developing atmosphere control systems for over 50 years.

Ecogen create customised environmental control solutions for museum showcase environments.  Using modular elements, they can control humidity and temperature within showcases, as well as providing air filtration to remove pollutant particulates, UV sterilisation to remove bacteria, and low oxygen environments through the introduction of Nitrogen.

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