Building closed December 23-January 2
CSL operations will be closed December 23 through January 2, returning January 3rd. Please note that these days are all official University Holidays, so no University support offices will be open during this time. CSL will also be on reduced heat during this period and is expected to be cooler. We ask that you shut down any equipment that you can be during this period to help the University conserve energy and to protect equipment from unexpected outages. If you are expecting any shipments, please keep these dates in mind as all deliveries will be suspended. If you have any questions, please feel free to Karen Cromwell, and we wish you well during the holiday season.
Brenda Roy receives R.T. Chien 2016 Service Award
Brenda Roy received the R.T. Chien 2016 Service Award. The award is given each year to one of CSL's civil service staff, whose high quality service is essential to the success of our research programs. Brenda, pictured with Elyse Rosenbaum, chair of the R.T. Chien Service Award selection committee, and CSL Director Klara Nahrstedt, provides office support for the Signals, Inference, and Networks (SINE) research group at CSL. Congratulations, Brenda!
August Schiess, CSL
Disease. Weeds. Nutrient deficiency. Weather damage. These are just a few issues that can arise in agricultural fields, but thanks to IntelinAir, a start-up co-founded by CSL Professor Naira Hovakimyan, these problems are becoming easier to detect for farmers.
IntelinAir, Inc. utilizes drones and airplanes with advanced imaging to conduct what the company calls an Ag-MRI™. With imaging analytics, the technology can conduct a health analysis of a field and provide insights to farmers. Read more.