Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station

Grantee Website College Station, Texas, United States
Purpose
to improve crop yields by developing low-cost paper sensors that can be planted in fields to detect early chemical, physical, and biological changes associated with pests and diseases, and communicate the data to overhead drones
Division
Global Health
Date
NOVEMBER 2018
Region Served
GLOBAL
Committed Amount
$100,000
Grant Topic
Discovery and Translational Sciences
Duration (Months)
30
Grantee Location
College Station, Texas, United States

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