As deadline looms, students build a prototype device to help save lives from fentanyl overdose

“The University of Calgary students are squirreled away in a small meeting room discussing a very big idea: How to build a device that will save people from dying of fentanyl overdoses. They’re one of 19 teams taking part in Innovation 4 Health (I4H), a competition connecting people who have innovative health-care ideas with multidisciplinary student teams and mentors from academia and industry. This year, teams are working on diagnostic and imaging solutions.”

-By Jennifer Allford, for University Relations

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