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Recent research published by Professor Javier Buceta is featured in a PBS news story

Professor Javier Buceta in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and also the newly formed Bioengineering department recently published results on modeling the spread of ebola virus by tracking the migratory behavior of bats which are the main carriers of ebola.

The co-author on the paper is Kaylynn Johnson, a former student from the Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering department. The title of the reseach paper is: "Modeling the Ebola zoonotic dynamics: Interplay between enviroclimatic factors and bat ecology", J. Buceta, K. Johnson, PloS one, 12 (6), 2017.

In related news, Professor Buceta also published an article in the Science Journal for Kids to educate teens and young adults about the Ebola virus and migratory bats.

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