Carol Campbell | 14 Mar 2009 | Mail & Guardian
A malaria epidemic in South Africa 10 years ago inspired research leading to the discovery of two genes that make a mosquito resistant to some insecticides.
None | 05 Feb 2009 | BBC News
UK scientists have identified genetic differences in malarial mosquitoes which may reveal their level of resistance to insecticides. The find may help researchers work out which areas cannot rely on insecticides to help minimise the risk of malaria, reports the journal Genome Research.
Jeremy Lott and Erin Wildermuth | 28 May 2007 | Baltimore Sun
AFM's Richard Tren comments on Rachel Carson's misrepresentation of facts in her 1962 book: Silent Spring.
Linda Young | 21 Dec 2006 | All Headline News
Researchers say a new discovery could lead to a safer pesticide to kill mosquitoes and save many of the 3,000 children killed by malaria every day in Sub Saharan Africa.
Fred Ouma | 22 Nov 2006 | Ansti.org
The Ugandan health ministry has announced that it will use a new form of DDT that sticks to walls to minimise leakages.