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About IMPRESS

Our Work

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Our work encompasses a range of activities which are all designed to encourage and support more science and engineering research in the field of incontinence.

See the different areas we’re involved in below.

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Different Areas of IMPRESS

Incontinence Management & PRevention through Engineering and ScienceS