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Students spread the word about Wolbachia


Six Colombian teenagers have taken on the role of ‘teacher’ for a day to share information about the Eliminate Dengue project with their fellow students.
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Community joins release ceremony in Bantul


Community members and local governments welcomed the launch of field trials in the Bantul district of Yogyakarta this week
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Releases complete on Tri Nguyen Island


We have now completed the release of Wolbachia mosquitoes on Tri Nguyen Island, on the south central coast of Vietnam.
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Governor confirms support for Indonesian trials


The Governor of Yogyakarta has again highlighted the importance of Eliminate Dengue Indonesia’s research in Yogyakarta during a meeting with project leaders.
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Melbourne family joins Eliminate Dengue supporters


The Eliminate Dengue research program is receiving support from the Melbourne-based Gillespie Family Foundation.
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Field trial on track in Bungalow and Cairns North


With the support of the local community and government approval, we began field trials in areas of Bungalow and Cairns North in July 2014.
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Al Jazeera: Brazil launches new fight against dengue fever



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First Wolbachia mosquitoes released in Brazil


The first South American field trial of our Wolbachia method has begun in Brazil, with the initial releases of Wolbachia mosquitoes taking place in Tubiacanga.
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Wolbachia increasing as Vietnam trial continues


After 17 weeks of releasing Wolbachia mosquitoes on Tri Nguyen Island in Vietnam, our monitoring shows that 62% of local Aedes aegypti mosquitoes now carry Wolbachia.
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Joining communities for national celebration


As people across Indonesia gathered to celebrate the country’s Independence Day in August, Eliminate Dengue Indonesia joined the communities...
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Students keen to learn about research in Brazil


A throng of post-graduate students welcomed our researchers to the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz) in July, when Program Leader Professor Scott...
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Preparation underway for next Yogyakarta trials


As we continue to see promising results in our first Indonesian field trial sites, we are now seeking community support for the release of...
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Wellcome Trust - a new program partner


We are pleased to announce that the Wellcome Trust will be a new major funding partner for the Eliminate Dengue research program from this August.
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Community shows support for next trial


With community support and government approval, our next Australian field trial of the Wolbachia dengue control method is beginning this week, in the Cairns suburbs of Stratford and Freshwater.
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Indonesian trials continue to show promise


We are encouraged to see a high number of mosquitoes carrying Wolbachia in Nogotirto and Kronggahan, approximately four months after we began releasing Wolbachia mosquitoes in these communities.
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Early results show promise for Vietnam trial


Our field trial on Tri Nguyen Island in Vietnam is progressing well, with early results showing that 39% of mosquitoes on the island carry the wMel strain of Wolbachia.
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Preparation continues for Brazil field trials


Eliminar a Dengue: Desafio Brasil (Eliminate Dengue Brazil) is continuing its work in Rio de Janeiro and Niterói, in preparation for field...
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Results show Yogyakarta trials are on track


After three months of releasing Wolbachia mosquitoes in Nogotirto and Kronggahan, the number of mosquitoes that carry Wolbachia is continuing to rise.
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Second Wolbachia field trial begins in Vietnam


Residents of Tri Nguyen Island, on the south central coast of Vietnam, have welcomed the community’s second Eliminate Dengue field trial...
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Bill Gates visits Indonesian research team


American entrepreneur and philanthropist Bill Gates visited the Eliminate Dengue project in Indonesia last month, to see the progress of the...
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