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Paper co-authored by Simone Bianco highlighted by Cell News (up to IBM Research Computer Science Blog)
The paper "Costs and Benefits of Mutational Robustness in RNA Viruses" co-authored by Simone Bianco, now at IBM Research - Almaden, was highlighted by Cell News. The original work took place at UCSF. Quoting the Cell News blog post: "The results point to additional complexity in robustness/adaptation trade-offs, and may yield insights into how to drive viral populations to extinction in the environment of a sick patient."