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The University of the West Indies and Lake Asphalt have signed a licence agreement that will see Lake Asphalt commercialising two “superior” asphalt-based products developed by the university.

The two products are plastic cement and a primer. They were developed by a team at The UWI’s Faculty of Science and Technology. According to The UWI Pro Vice-Chancellor, Prof Brian Copeland, 12 years of research and development went into the products.

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