In this episode of B-Cubed, Senna Aldoubosh and Ria Tomar sat down with ECE graduate student Atsutse Kludze to discuss recent findings of how producers can use 6G wireless signaling as a non-invasive way to quantify and assess produce quality. The project was done at the SWAN lab, in collaboration with Microsoft, with the goal of finding ways to reduce food waste.
This episode of Brains, Black Holes, and Beyond (B cubed) was produced under the 147th board of the Prince in partnership with the Insights newsletter.
For more information about the SWAN Lab, feel free to visit the page linked below.
Written and Hosted by Senna Aldoubosh and Ria Tomar
Edited and Sound Engineered by Senna Aldoubosh
Transcript by Laura Sabrosa and Ria Tomar
Produced by Senna Aldoubosh
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