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Dr. Marshall Ming receives the Roon Award

Marshall Ming’s research on smart coatings for corrosion protection was recently recognized by the Roon Award (First Place), given by American Coatings Association, during the biennial American Coatings Conference in Indianapolis in May 2012. Pictured: Ming receiving the Roon Award from Steve Sides, Vice President, Science, Technology & Environmental Policy, American Coatings Association.

The Roon Awards were established and sponsored in 1957 by Leo Roon, founder of Roxalin Flexible Finishes and the Nuodex Corporation. Since 1977, these awards have been sponsored by the Coatings Industry Education Foundation (formerly the Paint Research Institute) from a grant maintained by the Roon Foundation. The Roon Award is designed to recognize exceptional technical papers representing original scientific and innovative research directly related to the protective coatings industry.


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