Ellen Cahill wins BOC Gases Bursary Symposium 2015/16

21591 - 112Group member and second year PhD student Ellen Cahill has won the BOC Gases Bursary Symposium 2015/16. Competing with eight other PhD students from the UCD School of Mechanical & Materials Engineering, Ellen was able to secure first place for her presentation entitled ‘Porous Microneedles for Sensing and Drug Delivery’. By placing first, Ellen was awarded  €900 and given the opportunity to present a poster on her research at the 19th Sir Bernard Crossland Symposium which took place between the 27th-28th of April.
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