“Populations on the run during disasters can be tracked by cellphone signals, which could help guide life-saving aid to the right places, a new study has concluded,” according to a story in the New York Times today that reports on a study published in PLoS Medicine last week. The researchers developed the idea after the easrthquake in Haiti, then tested it during the cholera epidemic later that year.
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