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Waters has joined with Manchester?s Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) to encourage schoolchildren to consider a career in science.
Waters has joined with Manchester’s Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) to encourage schoolchildren to consider a career in science.
A team from Waters has recently visited a MOSI exhibition that reportedly featured the world’s first commercially available high-resolution mass spectrometer, which was developed by Waters in Manchester.
Tony Hill, MOSI chief executive, said, “Waters Corporation shares our vision to show science as an exciting and realistic career choice, and this is what makes them a perfect partner for MOSI and the Manchester Science Festival. We’re delighted that this kind of ground-breaking work is taking place in the Manchester region and it’s vitally important for MOSI to celebrate this.”
Liz Rae, corporate human resources vice-president for Waters Corporation, said, “The work we do with MOSI is very important in inspiring future scientists and can really capture the imagination of young people.”
Together, they will provide local schools with free, sponsored visits to the museum and host educational sessions.