Jay Benforado: Putting low-cost sensors in the hands of citizen scientists

The Environmental Protection Agency is focusing on the deployment of low-cost sensors to the hands of citizens virtually anywhere who can observe and record env...

Jay Benforado, chief innovation officer, Office of Research and Development, EPA

The Environmental Protection Agency is focusing on the deployment of low-cost sensors to the hands of citizens virtually anywhere who can observe and record environmental conditions and report them. Jay Benforado, chief innovation officer in EPA's Office of Research and Development, talks to Federal Drive with Tom Temin.

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