Malaria Minute

Malaria Minute | Friday 25th May

The latest news about malaria, in 60 seconds. U.S. Veteran suffers long term damage from taking anti-malarial tablets, the secrets of how malaria became a human-killer and the University of Southern California announce the development of a prototype device capable of early-stage malaria detection. Watch this week’s episode of Malaria Read more…

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Malaria Minute | Friday 11th May

The latest news about malaria, in 60 seconds. Imperial College VP visits Ghana and Kenya to strengthen research ties, USAID newsletter focuses on infectious diseases, vaccines are pushing pathogens to evolve and climate change is harming children’s health. Watch this week’s episode of Malaria Minute. Download the series on iTunes. Read more…

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Malaria Minute | Friday 4th May

The latest news about malaria, in 60 seconds. Mosquitoes don’t just bite for food, they also bite to quench their thirst during drought, scientists identify core genes which enables P. Falciparum to survive and The Scripps Research Institute receives $12 million from the Gates Foundation. Watch this week’s episode of Read more…

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Malaria Minute | Friday 20th April

The latest news about malaria, in 60 seconds. ERC Advanced Grants offer Sweedish professor €2.5million to research the sex of malaria parasites, historic investments into Malaria R&D at the Malaria Summit in London and Andrew Mitchell on overseas aid. Watch this week’s episode of Malaria Minute. Download the series on iTunes. Read more…

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Malaria Minute | Thursday 19th April

The latest news about malaria, in 60 seconds. Microsoft Founder, Bill Gates, says that increased investment in satellite surveillance is needed to eradicate malaria, South Africa issues malaria warning, Bayer pursues a novel insecticide ingredient and The Star newspaper in Kenya reports that 120,000 Kenyan children will receive the RTS,S Read more…

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