UCF Researcher Receives $1 Million Award to Develop Mobile Sensor to Detect Toxins

UCF Researcher Receives $1 Million Award to Develop Mobile Sensor to Detect Toxins

University of Central Florida Engineering Professor Subith Vasu was recently awarded a $1 million DARPA Young Faculty Award to help first responders and military personnel do their jobs while keeping them safe.

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