Two Rutgers–Camden professors are leading projects funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) to combat COVID-19. The first, Andrey Grigoriev, a biology professor and founding director of the Rutgers–Camden Center for Computational and Integrative Biology, has been awarded a $188,253 NSF Rapid Response Research grant to study the origins of COVID-19 to anticipate how to stop its future mutations. The second, mathematics professor Benedetto Piccoli, is sharing a grant with researchers at Cornell and Vanderbilt universities to create a tool to help mayors and governors assess the impacts of different social distancing levels and travel restrictions.  To read the full story.