‘It’s a rain gauge for disease’ : An Otago-based company’s AI-assisted technology has a trove of applications

‘It’s a rain gauge for disease’ : An Otago-based company’s AI-assisted technology has a trove of applications

Techion founder Greg Mirams with laboratory manager Lisa Growden. Photo / Ben Tomsett An Otago-born technology designed to detect parasites in livestock has found a shedload of unexpected applications worldwide. Since 1992, Mosgiel based tech group Techion has continually developed a user-friendly microscope to count parasite eggs in sheep faeces samples, giving a clear idea of infection levels to allow for informed decision-making. From its headquarters at the Invermay Agricultural Centre, Techion founder Greg Mirams said the core of […]

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