A new study finds that fungus, genetically enhanced to produce spider toxin, can kill a large-number of malaria-carrying mosquitos.
A new study has found that fungus, genetically enhanced to produce spider toxin, can kill a large-number of malaria-carrying mosquitos. I speak with Brian Lovett, who is one of the authors of the paper.
The BioMalPar conference takes place in Germany, Venezuela experiences malaria resurgence in humanitarian crisis and the BBC showcase efforts to fight malaria in Sierra Leone.
Algeria and Argentina certified ‘malaria-free’ by WHO, journalists from high burden countries begin RBM media fellowship and Dr Pedro Alonso speaks at the World Health Assembly.
A ministerial meeting regarding malaria is scheduled for the World Health Assembly, the ‘Malaria Vaccines for the World’ event takes place in Oxford and submissions open for the ‘Malaria in Melbourne’ conference.
Rory Stewart becomes new Secretary of State for International Development, PMI release their thirteenth Annual Report and the MalaFA report shares the opinion of African experts.
The Civil Society for Malaria Elimination Network is launched, the Independent and Quartz Africa criticise the RTS,S malaria vaccine and Fever Tree raise money for Malaria No More UK.
World Malaria Day celebrations take place across the world, an event in London assesses Commonwealth malaria commitments and a pilot programme of the RTS,S vaccine begins in Malawi.