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NitroNet N2O project receives $3M grant


Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, received a $3 million grant for NitroNet, a project that intends to create an autonomous sensing system able to monitor fields for nitrous oxide emissions over a growing season. 

Given by the Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy, the grant was presented to Mark Zondlo, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Princeton University and the director of graduate studies; Intelligent Material Solutions Inc.; Paige Wireless (now Ethos Connected); and Slant Range. The grant was a part of the Smartfarm program, which works to improve data collection in the biofuel supply chain.