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Slippery material has many other applications010:51, 17 December 2019

Slippery material has many other applications

This material has many other applications, especially as a marine antifouling process. Other organisations are developing similar processes but this process may be a strong contender. This would allow the ban on copper and biocide based antifoul paint to be more easily imposed with major benefit to marine flora and fauna.

TreborDroflet (talk)10:51, 17 December 2019