October 3, 2017

Throughout UC, resourceful faculty and students who are committed to improving world health are turning out technologies to help governments, surveillance workers and doctors detect and treat diseases that are all too prevalent in poor countries.

A wealth of knowledge and data come from basic science laboratories, computer centers where millions of data are mined and sorted, gritty groundwork and even outer space.

UC effort and research result in valuable, handy and low-cost tools to help cash-strapped regions battle a variety of infectious diseases.


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