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Johns Hopkins Joins Project to Build New Tools to Model Pandemic Spread
June 12, 2020
BALTIMORE, Maryland, June 12 -- Johns Hopkins University issued the following news release:

The Johns Hopkins University professor behind the popular COVID-19 tracking map is joining scientists at Scripps Research and UCLA to develop new methods for understanding how and why the current coronavirus and future pandemics spread.

The team plans to construct massive databases of international airline traffic, worldwide weather patterns, national demographics, and genomic in . . .

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