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Students in Queensland, Australia use do-it-yourself 'Mozzie Boxes' to grow and release the World Mosquito Program's Wolbachia carrying mosquitoes
Eliminate Dengue Townsville, part of the World Mosquito Program, is working with local primary schools as part of its Wolbachia Warriors program. Participating students learn how to rear and release mosquitoes with Wolbachia in their own backyards using 'Mozzie Boxes'.
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Eliminate Dengue Global Lead Professor Scott O'Neill with Eliminate Dengue Brazil Lead Dr Luciano Moreira
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Queensland scientists monitor numbers of Wolbachia mosquitoes that can block dengue and other viruses including Zika
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Wolbachia was transferred from the fruit fly to Aedes aegypti mosquitoes by microinjection at Monash University in Australia
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