Our research in Innisfail and the Cassowary Coast, Far North Queensland.
Studying new technologies to reduce the population of an invasive mosquito species that can spread dengue and Zika.
Our scientists love to talk about their research. If you can't find the answer to your question amongst our selection here contact us and we'll get back to you as soon as we can with an answer.
We don't bite - and we talk your language. We have a dedicated Community Engagement team that is making every effort to ensure residents and business owners in communities selected for studies understand the mosquito reduction method and research goals.
By Kathryn Dryden At the end of May, the last non-biting sterile male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes were set free in Debug […]
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John Harrison is a Wangan resident who doesn’t like dengue, and Debug Innisfail is lucky to have him involved on […]
Innisfail and its surrounding areas have copped a deluge in recent weeks where some suburbs were flooded and people suffered […]
The community of the Northern Cassowary Coast, particularly those living and working in the mosquito release sites, Mourilyan, South Johnstone […]
We recently reached a milestone of one million sterile non-biting male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes released in Mourilyan, South Johnstone and […]
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