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Three new Medium articles explore the wide range of mosquito-related research carried out at Oxford.

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

Three new articles have been published on Medium which explore the wide range of mosquito-related research carried out at Oxford, featuring comments and interviews with researchers from across the Medical Sciences Division. Explore the following articles: 

Oxford and the Mosquito

Acoustic mosquito detector to aid campaign against tropical diseases

How prehistoric humans spread malaria across the globe

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