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This article is a repost of a UNICEF stories of innovation article regarding UNICEF's Wearables for Good Challenge
By Pilar Lagos, UNICEF, Stories of Innovation
From the American Physiological Society:
The story of the Petit Institute for Bioengineering and Bioscience always has been more about flesh and blood than bricks and mortar.