The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has entered into a cooperative agreement with Montana State University that will provide $10 million to study bats on three continents in an effort to prevent the spread of bat-borne diseases to humans. "Ultimately, what we're trying to do is find new solutions that can prevent people from getting sick," said project leader Raina Plowright.
$10M grant given to bat research seeking disease-transmission answers
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