Penn students build thermometer to monitor fevers from anywhere

Four Penn students — three current undergraduates and one Penn alum — have built a smart thermometer to help monitor a person's temperature. The device, called Fever Smart, sends temperature data to a smartphone or tablet via Bluetooth and sends an alert when a spike in temperature occurs. The device has already been FDA approved, and the team plans to launch an Indiegogo campaign next month to raise funds. 

Read more about Fever Smart at Business Insider...

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