Date Item Title
2014, Oct.27 “Behavioral adaptation is critical when dealing with Ebola,” says Madhav Marathe for Quartz
2014, Oct.27 Quartz features Madhav Marathe; crowdsourcing and supercomputing and Ebola
2014, Oct.26 MIDAS project featured in SciLogs
2014, Oct.25 Keith Bisset briefs WSLS10 on our Ebola research
2014, Oct.24 Caitlin Rivers writes for Quartz, “We could’ve stopped Ebola if we’d listened to the data”
2014, Oct.24 Science AAAS features co-authored letter on Ebola mobility data
2014, Oct.24 WSLS10 interviews VBI about “Zombie Virus” simulation teaching tool
2014, Oct.22 WNYC NewTechCity interviews Dr. Eubank “Containing Ebola like they did in this video game”
2014, Oct.18 Eubank and Marathe Weigh in on WSJ’s ‘Success in Modeling Ebola Depends on Data’
2014, Oct.15 Ebola Hackathon apps idea
2014, Oct.15 WVTF with Bryan Lewis on “Modeling the path of Ebola”
2014, Oct.11 Ebola Hackathon featured on Quartz
2014, Oct.10 Blogspot covers Ebola Hackathon
2014, Oct.09 Marathe part of NSF $5M grant for tech to support data-Intensive analysis
2014, Oct.06 Silicon Angle lists Rivers Ebola data in tracking tools
2014, Oct.06 VBI hosts panel for Virginia Science Festival
2014, Oct.06 The Diane Rehm Show panel on “Containing Ebola in the U.S.”
2014, Oct.03 CityLab interview on “Does Ebola spread faster in cities?”
2014, Oct.02 Fort Belvoir on Kids’ Tech University satellite location
2014, Oct.02 Network Dynamics & Simulation Science Lab Hosts Computing for Ebola Challenge
2014, Sep.30 Urban Informatics, an Analytical Perspective
2014, Sep.29 Ebola Cases Could Reach 1.4 Million Within Four Months, C.D.C. Estimates
2014, Sep.29 Virginia Bioinformatics Institute to host events at the inaugural Virginia Science Festival
2014, Sep.27 VoiceAmerica on “Understanding Ebola” with Kathy Alexander
2014, Sep.26 Virginia Bioinformatics Institute Models Provided Early Alert to Deadly Potential of Ebola Outbreak
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