OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT) – New technology being developed at UNO is helping to put an end to hunger in the metro.
Soon people could be growing their own nutritious food from their home.
Kiran Bastola is an associate professor at UNO and for the better part of five years, he’s been working on what he calls “the food computer.”
It’s basically technology-assisted farming.
“Right here is a heater, you have a fan here. This is the humidifier, you see. And it is connected to the computer,” said Kiran Bastola, PH.D UNO associate professor.
This is just one of his models,