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The New York Times: In Australia, a new tactic in battle against Zika virus: mosquito breeding



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Forbes: Smart Science - Wolbachia bacteria might stop Zika and dengue viruses



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The Cairns Post: Mozzies released in Cairns research project could help stop Zika virus



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Townsville Bulletin: Front line in Zika virus



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Research expands in Rio de Janeiro


A year after the first release of Wolbachia mosquitoes in South America, our Brazilian team has successfully expanded field trials in Rio de Janeiro.
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Program newsletter #11


Follow our research Australia: Community takes on growing role Brazil: Research expands in Rio de Janeiro Colombia: Early results a good sign...
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Brazilian researchers receive public health award


Eliminate Dengue researchers in Brazil have received an honourable mention in the Ministry of Health’s Incentive Award in Science and Technology for the Public Health System, in the ‘published scientific work’ category.
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Pledging support to global well-being


Eliminate Dengue has announced its support of the global goals for sustainable development.
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Community takes the lead to tackle dengue


As we prepare for the next stage of our field trial in Townsville, we’re asking thousands of locals to join our team to help combat dengue by growing and releasing their own Wolbachia mosquitoes.
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Students take on Wolbachia challenge


More than 100 school students will begin rearing their own Wolbachia mosquitoes this week, with the launch of the “Wolbachia Warriors” program in Townsville, Australia.
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Program newsletter #10


Follow our research Indonesia: Wolbachia increasing in Yogyakarta sites Colombia: Strong support for first release Australia: No local dengue...
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ABC News: Townsville scientists develop world-first dengue fever trial



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Promising results in city-wide trial


Initial results from our first city-wide field trial suggest that efforts to establish Wolbachia in the local mosquito population are on track in Townsville, Australia.
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El Mundo.com: Con “mosquitos buenos”, intentan disminuir casos de dengue 



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Colombia celebrates first Wolbachia mosquito release


After almost three years work in the laboratories at PECET, University of Antioquia and extensive engagement with the community, the Eliminate...
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Monash University: Science Stories


Faculty of Science Dean and Head of the Eliminate Dengue international research program, Scott O'Neill is used to thinking outside the box: from...
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The Cairns Post: Biters released in Manunda during research which aims to stop dengue fever



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The Cairns Post: Mission to eliminate dengue ramps up in Cairns suburbs



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The Hindu: Microbe-laden mosquitoes cut dengue spread: study



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Research moves to the mainland


The first stage of our research has now begun in Nha Trang, on the south central coast of Vietnam, with the placement of mosquito-monitoring traps across the city.
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