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Female Anopheles mosquito sucking blood from a human. Credit: Shutterstock / Amir Ridhwan

Oxford and the mosquito

Professor Sir Nicholas White

In the field: Thai–Myanmar border

Professor Rose McGready

A new hope: Artemisinin Combination Therapy

Resistance against resistance

Professor Philippe Guérin

Endgame?

Early warning

Mapping malaria

Kilifi, on the Kenyan coast, is a malaria-endemic area. Copyright © Oxford University Images / Alex Kamweru.

How to beat the mosquito

Professor Kevin Marsh

Mosquitoes versus mosquitoes: genetic modification

Closeup Aedes aegypti or common house mosquito. Credit: Shutterstock / nuwatphoto.

Challenges

The spreading threat

What next?

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