Tiny sensor developed to analyse crop quality

A miniature sensor capable of analysing crop quality and even the freshness of fruit and vegetables on supermarket shelves could soon be made available after a licensing deal between the University of Western Australia (UWA) and microelectromechanical systems manufacturer Panorama Synergy, both based in Perth.

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