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Young researcher awarded for exploring new meat processing techniques | The Land



Abattoirs might be the last place you’d expect augmented reality, but one young researcher’s innovative thinking might have slicers wearing AR goggles by the end of this year.

University of Southern Queensland (USQ) PhD student Fraser Border has spent the last 12 months exploring new techniques, implementing sensory imaging into meat processing in an effort to prevent yield losses.

His efforts earned him two awards at 2021 Science and Innovation Awards for Young People in Agriculture, Fishers and Forestry on Thursday, including the major award – The Minister for Agriculture, Drought and Emergency Management’s Award.

The technology he is developing and is hoping to roll out this year gives processors real time sensory image of what is…

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