Magic Glass™ at the TeenTech Event, London

Team Magic Glass™ is proud to announce a very successful day at the TeenTech Event at the Copper Box Arena, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park London.

Magic Glass™ showcased the Polycarbonate switchable teller counters as well as an IR touch screen table designed and manufactured by Magic Glass Limited.  

TeenTech ( runs lively one-day events to help young teenagers see the wide range of career possibilities in Science, Engineering and Technology. These events take place at venues across the UK – at each event 300 pupils from 30 different schools benefit from hands-on exhibits and challenges run by leading organisations.

TeenTech works collaboratively with Education Business Partnerships, companies, Universities and business organisations to create these very special experiences for young people. In 2010 TeenTech won the Best Engineering Event in Science and Engineering Week award and in 2011 was the only UK organisation to receive a Google RISE award.

In 2012 Maggie Philbin and TeenTech also won Best Outreach and Engagement Award presented by UKRC/WISE (Women in Science and Engineering). About Magic Glass Limited (MGL): MGL is the only specialist switchable glass company in the UK. We manufacture Magic Glass™ brand of switchable glass in our state-of-art manufacturing unit near Manchester using raw materials sourced from only UK or the EU thus ensuring a tight control over the quality of the Magic Glass™ panels.

More information about MGL can be found on or by contacting MGL on +44 161 495 3650 or

Magic Glass™, MagicGlass™, Magic Glass®, MagicGlas™ are trade marks and registered trade marks of MGL or its affiliates.

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Date: 6 December 2013

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