Illinois' crop-counting robot earns top recognition at leading robotics conference

Today's crop breeders are trying to boost yields while also preparing crops to withstand severe weather and changing climates. To succeed, they must locate genes for high-yielding, hardy traits in crop plants' DNA. A robot developed by the University of Illinois to find these proverbial needles in the haystack was recognized by the best systems paper award at Robotics: Science and Systems, the preeminent robotics conference held last week in Pittsburgh.

Illinois' crop-counting robot earns top recognition at leading robotics conference

Today's crop breeders are trying to boost yields while also preparing crops to withstand severe weather and changing climates. To succeed, they must locate genes for high-yielding, hardy traits ...

Mon 2 Jul 18 from Phys.org

Illinois' crop-counting robot earns top recognition at leading robotics conference, Mon 2 Jul 18 from Eurekalert

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