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Another Piece of the Pi: Tech gives research automation edge

4 monthes ago   |   By Bond Life Sciences Center

This Raspberry Pi device developed by former MU undergrad Brandin Grindstaff allowed members of the Chris Pires lab to remotely monitor their plants. | photo by Roger Meissen, Bond LSC
By Mariah Cox | Bond LSC
What does an iconic American dessert have in common with a credit-card-sized single-board computer? Well, only its name.
Small but mighty, the Raspberry
Pi can be programmed for use in multiple settings and has been increasingly used for tasks in research labs.
But it took a scientific conference in Europe for one Bond LSC lab to tap into its usefulness. Makenzie
Mabry, a doctoral...
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