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Leading Research

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Non-invasive technology for gender determination of fertilised chicken eggs

    Non-invasive technology for gender determination of fertilised chicken eggs

    Leading research

    Using an optical technique, researchers will be working on developing a device that can automatically determine the gender of chicken eggs. If the project is successful, the result will be a desktop device suitable for hatcheries.

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    Free range farm with two people