Eco-I 2019

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Last week MRes student Hannah Eccleston attended the ECO-I 2019 conference on innovation for clean and sustainable growth. As part of the conference she presented some of her project work to date in the poster titled: “CO2 laser induced surface topography for antibiofouling properties applied to marine devices

Hannah’s project is funded by the ERDF Eco-Innovation project at the University of Chester and in collaboration with Camcoat Performance Coatings.