Genetically Engineered Mosquitoes Could Ease The Burden Of Malaria

Anopheles albimanus mosquito

BANA, Burkina Faso – This small village of mud-brick homes in West Africa might seem the least likely place for an experiment at the frontier of biology. Yet scientists here are engaged in what could be the most promising, and perhaps one of the most frightening, biological experiments of our time. They are preparing for the…

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