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bioethics.net 1h
News: genetically modified to crash species spreading "For the first time, scientists have demonstrated that a controversial new kind of genetic engineering can rapidly spread a self-destructive genetic modification."
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Samica Knight Sep 20
BREAKING! First West Nile death in Harris County.
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Micky 7m
How can we put an end to unending disturbances in the night? needs to figure out how to end chipping away the night not just
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Phys.org 11h
that can carry malaria eliminated in lab experiments
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Sceptical Scribe 1h
It can be done: Gene editing wipes out in the lab
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MetalRabbit13 14m
To , are annoying at best and deadly at worse. But they are also competitors, , and prey. What happens if we kill them off? investigates: 👇🏿
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cassandracarolina 4h
Uh, oh... - the next pain They breed by the billions whenever there’s rain It’s not just but other disease Use , take precautions for your family, please
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THIRD STONE 21m
How To Protect Against The West Nile Virus
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NJDOH 8h
31 human cases have been reported in NJ so far this year (2 deaths associated with the virus) Use insect repellent, wear long sleeves/pants & avoid the outdoors during dawn and dusk when are most active!
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WHO South-East Asia Sep 17
You have a crucial role to play to prevent & stop transmission: The disease transmitting 🦟 thrive in areas close to human population. Help detect & destroy their breeding sites (items that collect water)! 👉 Community participation is 🔑 to dengue prevention
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ABC13ChristineDobbyn Sep 23
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Ed D. 18m
I would never advocate for the extinction of a species, but if this current crop of suddenly died off I wouldn't be sad.
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Joseph Lee Spencer Sep 22
Flirting w/ disaster? Bees & butterflies aren’t the only insects on flowers. My is loaded w/ more foraging than anything else. Both male & female ‘skeeters are seeking nectar & carrying . I saw one female almost become dinner for a crab !
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MrBl@ckM@g!C Sep 17
Them Mosquitoes don’t be playing no games.
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CheriseAllegrini 1h
This is exciting research, but what's also crazy is we were working on gene driving systems 20 years ago, and my mentors longer than that. Science is not a race. It is slow, and not very steady. taste of science San Antonio​
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Loophaven Loft Sep 20
My solution to the mosquito problem we are having. Fashionable?
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jMo 2h
Figthing off skeeters at the Pheasant Branch Conservancy while playing with my tripod. Shouldn't they be dying off by now?
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☂Jesse ☈itka ☼ Sep 19
Rain tonight and then forecasting a high of 83° for tomorrow... YOU do the math.
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Nigeria Circle News 23m
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🎀 B E E 🎀 Sep 20
My blood is sweeter than sugar
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