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Science is a way of thinking, much more than it is a body of knowledge.

Glass is an unusual and complicated material to work with and as knowledge leaders, ClickNetherfield are solving increasingly complex, non-standard, bonding and cleaning challenges. In line with this ethos we must have a workforce with diverse skills, and so, we have invested in a new member of our Engineering & Innovation team – Emma Moore, a scientist with an impressive undergraduate degree in immunology from the University of Glasgow alongside a post graduate degree in biomedical science from Strathclyde University. Emma believes that "research is the most exciting part of science and that these skills are very transferable", a sentiment shared by our Operations Director, who's first career was as an industrial chemist. This strong scientific background and proven research capability make Emma an invaluable addition to our team as ClickNetherfield's new in-house scientist.

Emma, along with our Engineering & Innovation team, has been tasked with solving their first conundrum: the mysterious phenomenon of hazing with can present itself on showcases. Hazing is characterized by...

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ClickNetherfield is a knowledge leader in the museum showcase space and by listening to our customers we are finding some exciting new solutions to our clients' unresolved challenges.

Our Engineering & Innovation team is made up of our best design, development and manufacturing engineers, as well as scientists and IT experts. As a company we have a reputation for saying 'yes' to the most technically challenging and difficult showcases, and we are now committed to solving the most complicated problems that the museum showcase community face every day. We are currently looking at the elimination of sucker marking and inhibition of haze formation...

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Manchester Central Library

This innovative project is designed to encourage the use of archive collections through an engaging introductory exhibition. The ambition was to use digital interpretation and innovation to make the stories in the collections more accessible to visitors and new audiences to Manchester Central Library.

In the first of its kind in a library setting, this project encourages interaction with the collections by...

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