environmental biosensors to monitor sludge discharge to natural environments such as rivers in the UK. These sensors are energy autonomous (self-powered) and able to transmit data.

About

We have a project idea which we aim to develop for the UKRI New Horizons (https://www.ukri.org/opportunity/high-risk-speculative-research-ideas-in-engineering-and-ict/). In this project, we would like to develop environmental biosensors to monitor sludge discharge to natural environments such as rivers in the UK. These sensors will be energy autonomous (; self-powered) and be able to transmit sensing signals from their sensing location points. Such a system consists of an array of multiple biosensors located along the river, which could detect unauthorised sludge release into the natural environment and protect public health.

Key Benefits

This could detect unauthorised sludge release into the natural environment and protect public health.

Applications

Public health
Natural environment

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