ASU to develop warfighter health-monitoring system

And the (contract) award goes to … Arizona State University (). Specifically, the Defense Threat Reduction Agency recently awarded ASU a Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation (RDT&E) contract comprising a 12-month performance base period with a $9 million value in addition to a 36-month option valued at $21,500.

ASU’s mission is to design a , chip-based - system prototype that can identify health changes of the warfighter. The goal: early infection detection.

The contract’s work will occur in Tempe, Arizona.

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