Team Who Invented Opioid Overdose Detection Device Wins National Honors

Opioid overdose device
Four software engineering students at Carnegie Mellon, who developed a wearable device that detects opioid overdose have won national honors. Opioid crisis has reached epidemic levels in the United States. […]
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