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New clay-based mixture could be the key to smooth sailing on rural roads

BU geology prof. Hamid Mumin, centre, holds one of the clay pucks he uses in the lab as part of his research into a clay mixture that could improve the lifespan of unpaved roads in Manitoba. He is flanked by Heather Duncan, associate vice-president research at BU, and Todd Burns, president of Cypher Environmental.

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BU geology prof. Hamid Mumin, centre, holds one of the clay pucks he uses in the lab as part of his research into a clay mixture that could improve the lifespan of unpaved roads in Manitoba. He is flanked by Heather Duncan, associate vice-president research at BU, and Todd Burns, president of Cypher Environmental.

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