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HBS student creates smartphone app to detect malaria

A little while ago we posted about Ginger.io, a mobile app that monitors phone usage behavior, and by transitive property, mental health.

Today we learned from Bostinnovation about Harvard Business School student Cy Khormaee and his social enterprise Lifelens, a hardware + software point-of-care solution that can detect the presence malaria using a single drop of blood.

Watch more about Lifelens here, in a video they submitted for the Microsoft-sponsored Imagine Cup World Finals:

Read more at Bostinnovation.

Check out Lifelens Project website.



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