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$84,000 grant furthers NNU research

August 1, 2012, 11:41 am
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The NNU Department of Physics & Engineering received an $84,000 grant from the Idaho Department of Agriculture. The faculty-student team started working on a way to better use unmanned aerial crop monitoring last school year. Their results have so far proven beneficial to the Idaho agriculture industry, so useful that they were one of a select few to receive a state grant.

Read the full story as shown in “Capital Press, the West’s Ag website.”


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