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Genetically Modified Mosquitos to Help Control Malaria.

Scientists at the John Hopkins University in Baltimore, Maryland, have genetically engineered malaria-resistant mosquitos that can help control the disease by outmuscling (and ultimately replacing) the disease-carrying native insects.

Link - Thanks David R!

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"The researchers caution that their studies are still at an early stage, and that it could be 10 years or more before engineered insects are released into the environment."

Plus, it's still only a mosquito.

Don't get up in arms about the "crazy scientists" over nothing.
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