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New methods to increase crop productivity are required to meet anticipated demands for food, feed, fiber, and fuel. Using modern sensors and data analysis techniques, it is now feasible to develop methods to predict plant growth and productivity based on information about their genome and environment. However, doing so requires expertise in plant sciences as well as computational sciences and engineering.
- May 25, 2022
- P3 Trainee, Jacob Zobrist, 1st author on article describing new approach to studying domestication of cornFeb 9, 2022
- Dec 10, 2021
- Nov 22, 2021
- P3 faculty, Liang Dong, is first recipient of Vikram L. Dalal Professorship in Electrical and Computer EngineeringNov 4, 2021
Discovery of underlying principles of plants in order to improve crop production and sustainability.
Use of processes and systems to extract knowledge or insights from data in various forms.
Application of scientific principles to the design, construction, and maintenance of structures, machines and systems.