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WPI wins NSF grant to help New York city youths at risk for human trafficking

19:00 EST 6 Nov 2019 | AAAS

(Worcester Polytechnic Institute) A Worcester Polytechnic Institute Researcher has won a $535,565 award from the National Science Foundation to use analytics and optimization to determine the most efficient use of services for homeless youths in New York City, with an aim of disrupting the supply side of human trafficking networks.

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