Read report from the 21st Young Researchers Conference
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29 June 2019

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Read report from the 21st Young Researchers Conference

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Date published

29 June 2019

Read Junwei Lyu's report on a visit the United Kingdom and the 21st Young Researchers Conference.

The report includes an outline of a research project to design a floating windbreak, a presentation given at the Young Researchers Conference in London, and personal reflections on the trip.

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