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Washington Times: Older mosquitoes more likely to spread disease


Old mosquitoes usually spread disease, so Australian researchers figured out a way to make the pests die younger - naturally, not poisoned.
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The Age: Putting bite on dengue


Australian researchers have made a breakthrough that could help curb the spread of dengue fever, a tropical disease which kills thousands of people...
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Český Rozhlas: Bakterie mohou kontrolovat horečku dengue


Zkrácení komářího života by mohlo udržet pod kontrolou šíření horečky dengue.
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BBC Brasil: Bacteria pode ser arma contra dengue, diz estudo


Os seres humanos podem se proteger da dengue adotando a estratégia de infectar os mosquitos Aedes aegypti, portadores do vírus,...
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Third Annual Progress Meeting


The project's 3rd Annual Progress Meeting was held at Hanoi and Cat Ba Island in northern Vietnam (March 22-28, 2008), and participants combined...
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First Annual Program Meeting


The first annual progress meeting was held in Pattaya, Chachoengsao, Thailand (March 4-10, 2006). The meeting commenced with project updates from...
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ABC radio: Interview with Prof. Scott O'Neill (Transcript)



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New York Times: Better Bananas, Nicer Mosquitoes


Addressing 275 of the world's most brilliant scientists, Bill Gates cracked a joke: "I've been applying my imagination to the synergies of this,"...
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Sydney Morning Herald: Mozzies' days numbered if Gates grant does trick


Scott O'Neill could not disguise his delight. The Australian's bold dream of beating a disease that kills 50,000 people a year has won $9 million...
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Grand Challenges in Global Health Initiative selects 43 groundbreaking research products for more than $436 million in funding


Seattle - The Grand Challenges in Global Health initiative, a major effort to achieve scientific breakthroughs against diseases that kill millions...
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We've changed and so has our name. Eliminate Dengue is now the World Mosquito Program.