While seeking new innovations to fight malaria, scientists hope that the adoption of gene drive technology will reduce mosquito populations in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The World Health Organization may have recommended a broad deployment of the first-ever malaria vaccine in Sub-Saharan Africa, but scientists say its acquisition and distribution will be an issue.
Small dams have a far greater impact on malaria diffusion in Africa than previously thought.
Genetically modified mosquitoes are used worldwide to fight the spreading of diseases. But this technique must be used with care.
An hydrological model reveals new zones where malaria may develop due to climate change.
Locally emerging resistance to treatment is major health threat in sub-saharan Africa.