Michelle Stanton is trying to reduce malaria deaths by better understanding where mosquito breeding spots are. She’s using the power of drones to capture aerial imagery in Malawi’s drone corridor – a patch of land devoted to humanitarian drone testing.
Researchers explore how malaria affects those with Ebola, mosquito traps that mimic humans prove effective in collecting malaria vectors and Salisbury Rugby Club take over the city’s Nando’s to raise money for “Buzz Off” – the restaurant’s malaria campaign.
Dr Deborah O’Neil is the CEO of Novabiotics, a leading clinical-stage biotechnology company. She talks to me about antibiotic resistance and the future of pharma with so-called ‘personalised medicines’.
There’s a significant shortage of people working in STEM, costing businesses £1.5 billion a year. Katherine Andrews, the Project Manager of ‘That’s RAD! Science’ is trying to change that by bringing STEM careers to life through educational picture books.
With the increase of insecticide resistance, what are the alternative ways of preventing malaria? Justine Rougé discusses zooprophylaxis and zoopotentiation.