New Scientist cites Ortega-Jiménez research about nematodes

In an article about the nematode worm C. elegans using static electricity to jump into the air, New Scientist cited previous research from Víctor Ortega Jiménez, assistant professor of integrative avian biology and biomechanics at the University of Maine, showing that a different nematode worm, Steinernema carpocapsae, uses static electricity to jump onto insects it parasitises.