MagicGlas switchable Smart Glass installed in the University of Oxford

December 2011 : GlasNovations Ltd, UK's fastest growing specialist switchable glass company is proud to announce the successful installation of MagicGlas switchable Smart Glass in the Department of Zoology, University of Oxford.

This is first time any university in the UK has used switchable smart glass for scientific purpose. The panels were successfully delivered and installed for use by the scientists to understand animal behaviour.

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600450 MagicGlas switchable Smart Glass installed in the University of Oxford
Date: 12 December 2011

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