Vote for the UTS solution to stamp out wildlife crime
Professor Shari Forbes in collaboration with the Australian Museum has submitted a grant to the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge for a project seeking to develop a portable electronic nose that can be used to rapidly identify species-specific wildlife parts and confirm whether they are illegal without the need for laboratory analysis.
The UTS project “Rapid chemical odour profiling for frontline identification of illegal wildlife products” is one of the finalist in the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge’s People’s Choice!
We need as many votes as possible to make this happen!
How do you vote?
- Go to the Wildlife Crime Tech Challenge Voting page.
- Enter your email address above the “Vote” button. Click "Vote."
- You will receive an email asking you to confirm your Vote, please follow the instruction and click on the link.
You can only submit your email address once, and only one vote per solution is allowed.
Voting will close at 11:59 p.m. EDT on 16 November 2015.