The U.S. Agency for International Development has awarded $30 million to private companies, universities and researchers to develop innovations that will address the current Zika outbreak — and prepare for the next global disease outbreak. Ideas include deploying drones to deliver medical supplies and ferry test samples from remote areas.
The U.S. Agency for International Development has awarded $30 million to private companies, universities and researchers to develop innovations that will address the current Zika outbreak — and prepare for the next global disease outbreak. Ideas include deploying drones to deliver medical supplies and ferry test samples from remote areas. Felipe Dana AP
The U.S. Agency for International Development has awarded $30 million to private companies, universities and researchers to develop innovations that will address the current Zika outbreak — and prepare for the next global disease outbreak. Ideas include deploying drones to deliver medical supplies and ferry test samples from remote areas. Felipe Dana AP

Deploying drones to fight Zika, future disease outbreaks

October 12, 2016 02:34 PM

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