University of Manchester

Manchester, United Kingdom
Purpose
to protect crops in low-resource settings by developing a low-cost, stereo-printed sensor that mimics plant leaves and stems and can detect and signal the presence of live pathogens and act as an early warning system
Division
Global Health
Year Awarded
2018
Region Served
GLOBAL
Committed Amount
$100,000
Grant Topic
Discovery and Translational Sciences
Duration (Months)
18
Grantee Location
Manchester, United Kingdom

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