Minnesota drones point to the future of farming
The University of Minnesota has a long history of coming up with solutions that help feed the world. And that goes beyond scholarship in agriculture to include academics in fields that range from economics to, well, bugs. At Minnesota’s department of entomology, which is dedicated to the study of insects, professor Ian MacRae is directing a research project that could lead to higher crop yields, greater profitability for farmers and a more healthy environment. Read the full article on the Big10 Network.