“If you picture a career in agriculture, physics probably isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. But as computers and technology rapidly change how we farm, a research team at The University of Winnipeg has found an unexpected niche in the growing industry of digital agriculture,” opens this article about the TerraByte research team’s digital agriculture research.

EMILI has been working with UWinnipeg researchers since 2019, and have seen firsthand how important physics and computer science is in developing innovative technologies to advance digital agriculture.

Read the UWinnipeg article to learn more about TerraByte.