Kaleita and Bowler research low-cost sensors to monitor nitrate concentration

CoE faculty project can help landowners with conservation efforts The USDA recently awarded Amy Kaleita, associate professor of agricultural and biosystems engineering, and Nicola Bowler, professor of materials science and engineering and of electrical engineering, a research grant to study how to produce a low-cost sensor to monitor nitrate concentration in drainage tile lines. Though … Continue reading Kaleita and Bowler research low-cost sensors to monitor nitrate concentration