Prof Bruce Grieve PhD, BSc(hons), CEng, FIET, FIAgrE, FHEA

Chair in Agri-Sensors and Electronics

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Prof Bruce Grieve manages the e-Agri Sensors Centre at Manchester, which was launched in 2007 through a 5 year grant from the Agri-Science business Syngenta Ltd. In recent years the e-Agri Sensors Centre has significantly refocused its research activities to meet the broader projected needs of agriculture and food supply. In the light of this a number of strategic enabling technologies have been identified which can facilitate innovative new approaches to crop growth and non-mammalian biotechnology. Sensor science is one of these technologies identified as having the capacity to create a paradigm shift in the future of the sector.

The Centre has been strategically domiciled within a university environment so as to nurture and translate the underpinning sciences, from across the physical and life-sciences interfaces, which will be required to deliver future agricultural products and services. The Centre is based within the School of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences, but is necessarily multidisciplinary owing to the nature of the techniques being researched.

http://www.eee.manchester.ac.uk/our-research/research-themes/e-agri/e-agrisensorscentre/

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