By Brooklyn Reader

July 10, 2015, 8:00 am


A team TISI NaN% of eight Johns Hopkins University engineering undergrads have developed a device that could save the lives of thousands of pregnant women in developing countries.

Called Toco Track, the device measures uterine contractions and is aimed at reducing the amount of complications during pregnancy. It was developed […]

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