Tuesday, March 28, 2017
Illustrated experiment: modifying mosquitoes to save millions of lives.
Malaria, a disease transmitted by a type of mosquito called Anopheles, kills 500,000 people every year, most of them in Africa. But Andrea Crisanti, professor of molecular parasitology at London's Imperial College, has a plan to eradicate it in many countries. pquZbK1DQ30/WNsr6J_DMGI/AAAAAAAAH_E/s0UHE6vR4fs5uvFkn10minXTENaKF58YQCLcB/s320/mal7.jpg" width="320" height="157" /> more