Life Science

Raising Mosquitoes to Fight Malaria

Jean Robert Nonon raises mosquitoes at New York University, sending them across the globe for malaria research.

June 23, 2009
Mosquitoes are the only place that the malaria parasite can undergo its reproductive stage. Raising these insects is vital to malaria research. [Photo Credit: Gerald Yuvallos via www.flickr.com]
Mosquitoes are the only place that the malaria parasite can undergo its reproductive stage. Raising these insects is vital to malaria research. [Photo Credit: Gerald Yuvallos via www.flickr.com]

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