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“…On Saturday at SXSW, the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) unveiled both a new biomedical suit and the MultiSense Memory wearable sensor: Two innovations that point to a new way of tackling the world’s poverty, health, and disaster response issues facing a 54-year-old agency…” (Ulanoff, 3/15).

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