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mHealth - Can You Hear Me Now?
Are mobile devices a lasting answer—or a dropped call? More
Gadgets
Whether high-, low- or medium-tech, these inventions are just right. More
Big Data – Overload
The data gold rush is on, posing glittering promise and daunting challenges. More
Tech Transfer – Open for Business
It's patently obvious: why public health needs the market. More
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Tech Visionaries

Tech Visionaries

Thomas Hartung, Keith West and Elllen Silbergeld reveal crystal clear visions about PoT, hidden hunger and nanotech.

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Walk with Me

Walk with Me

A ripening technology allows the author to rise up against MS—and avoid riding with fruits and veggies in freight elevators.

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On Location

On Location

GIS marks the spot for Debra Furr-Holden and others studying everything from hantavirus to disaster response and substance abuse.

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Through the Lens

Through the Lens

Two views from the public health lens into nascent Mycobacterium tuberculosis and seeing health issues anew, from Baltimore to Shanghai.

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Open Mike
We now have incredible technology and surging amounts of data, but we still must be smart in how we apply them to public health.

AfterWords
Lessons on the limits of technology from a 200-year-old boy in Philadelphia.

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Letters to the Editor
Remembering the "great guru" Carl Taylor; on the forefront of peak oil and health; the local view on prevention; and more.

The Last Pixel
Danger smolders from the fire inside.

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Alain Labrique

Alain Labrique

Alain Labrique shows off a trove of low-cost technological treasures that support research from Kenya to Bangladesh.

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