Tony Barboza | 17 Nov 2013 | Los Angeles Times
Tests suggest DDT, PCB levels are naturally lowering along the Palos Verdes Shelf, which could save taxpayers millions of dollars on cleanup
None | 30 Oct 2013 | SciDev.Net
The global malaria medicine chest could be boosted with a new drug researched and developed in Africa.
April Cashin-Garbutt | 30 Oct 2013 | News-Medical.net
The first malaria elimination programme was in the 1950s and 1960s.
Tamar Kahn | 28 Oct 2013 | Business Day (South Africa)
Reared on a laboratory diet of dog biscuits and sugar water, a host of sterile male mosquitoes are soon to encounter wild females for the first time.
None | 25 Oct 2013 | Ghana Broadcasting Corporation
The emergence of drug-resistant malaria in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) is a worrying challenge to malaria control and elimination efforts.
Colin Sutherland | 22 Oct 2013 | The Guardian
New studies call into question the effectiveness of malaria drugs used in Africa, but do they prove resistance is on the rise? Colin Sutherland reviews the evidence
Tamar Kahn | 10 Oct 2013 | Business Day (South Africa)
Scientists are planning to start human trials of the first candidate malaria drug developed on African soil in South Africa next year, it emerged at an international malaria conference on Wednesday.
KATHARINE CHILD | 09 Oct 2013 | TimesLive
The world's first malaria vaccine for children could be on sale as early as 2015.
None | 07 Oct 2013 | Health24
An Australian healthcare company will introduce its innovative malaria testing kit at the malaria conference held in Durban.
DAVID GARMAISE | 20 Sep 2013 | AllAfrica.com
Interim applicant funding of $114 million will support, among other things, procurement of 18.9 million long-lasting insecticide-treated bed nets (LLINs) to sustain the fight against malaria in mainland Tanzania.