NPEC in Korean documentary

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This Korean documentary presents the increasing worldwide interest in Korean food and challenges the industry to move forward. Wageningen University and Research is an excellent example of how academic knowledge can boost the innovation of the food industry. Rick van de Zedde, project manager of NPEC, explains how using phenotyping tools and Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies can be applied in a novel greenhouse on the Wageningen Campus to study plant performance with the aim to optimize plant and food production research.

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