Stanford Scientist Aims To Develop Widely Accessible Global Health Solutions

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“…Building solutions to meet major public health shortcomings is one thing, but building solutions that can be made available to just about anyone in the world is another — and it’s more complicated. Still, this is the lofty goal of [Stanford University researcher Manu Prakash’s] brand of frugal science: designing solutions to global public health ills that can be deployed on the largest possible scale…” (Gilbert, 9/8).

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