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Groundbreaking’ Soil Sensors From UT Dallas Bioengineers Could Help Combat Climate Change, Food Insecurity

Bioengineers at the University of Texas at Dallas have developed sensors that monitor multiple soil parameters, including total soil carbon, to provide farmers with accurate, real-time, continuous data to improve soil health and productivity.“This is the equivalent of having a wearable health sensor on your body that tells you in real-time what’s happening."

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Interview of SIF CEO Henry Rowlands by Koen van Seijen

A conversation with Henry Rowlands, CEO of Soil in Formation (SIF) about how to measure a holistic set of parameters related to soil risks and soil health accurately, in-situ and in real time by using electrochemical sensors that are set to enable the auditable measurement of soil carbon and soil health.