The University of Lincoln, University of Cambridge, and the University of East Anglia have teamed up to build the world’s first Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) that focuses on agri-food robotics.
Furthermore, CDT will pave the way for high-level robotics expertise to enhance the agri-food industry. Also, it will support 50 doctoral students in areas such as autonomous mobility in harvesting, soft robotics, and co-bots in farms and factories.
Moreover, as the global food chain experiences challenges from population growth and climate change, CDT will collaborate with researchers to combat these challenges.
Source: University of Cambridge | Photo by SDG Counties, Flickr
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