Last of the mosquitoes, and thanks to the community
By Kathryn Dryden At the end of May, the last non-biting sterile male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes were set free in Debug […]
Our community volunteer, John
John Harrison is a Wangan resident who doesn’t like dengue, and Debug Innisfail is lucky to have him involved on […]
The big wet
Innisfail and its surrounding areas have copped a deluge in recent weeks where some suburbs were flooded and people suffered […]
Local ‘Mozzie Meets’ on 21st March, 2018
The community of the Northern Cassowary Coast, particularly those living and working in the mosquito release sites, Mourilyan, South Johnstone […]
A mighty million!
We recently reached a milestone of one million sterile non-biting male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes released in Mourilyan, South Johnstone and […]
Feedback and WIN!
People living, working and recreating in and around the communities in which we have been studying are invited to give […]
Our mozzies make mates in Mourilyan
30 November 2017: Releases of sterile, non-biting males are underway in Mourilyan with South Johnstone and Goondi Bend to begin next week.
Debug Innisfail gets the thumbs up from the community
November 2017: Residents gathered to 'Meet the Scientists' and gave Debug Innisfail the thumbs up.
Meet the Scientists – public event
6 November 2017: All residents and business owners on the Cassowary Coast are invited to meet the scientists.
Students and staff get a lesson from the project’s Lead Scientist
October 2017: Taking mozzie science to Innisfail schools
Project Advisory Group formed to guide community engagement
September 2017: All studies will only proceed with community support.
BG trap network established for next phase of research
September 2017: Getting our traps in order to begin next research phase.
We’re on Facebook – join us and share!
We’ve set up our Facebook group to keep Innisfail residents up-to-date on our research.The group is administered Monday to Friday […]
Our thanks to Silkwood, we’re sad to leave
June 2017: Studies in Silkwood successfully test new tools to inform future large-scale studies in Innisfail
Study to begin in Silkwood East
May 2017: With community support a mark, release, recapture study got underway in Silkwood
Silkwood Bowls club – the place to Meet the Mozzie Scientists
May 2017: Silkwood residents joined our mozzie experts for an informative evening at the Bowls Club
How far will a male mosquito travel to find a mate – and will he cross the road?
December 2016: Getting answers to our MRR questions
Seeing red at JCU lab
October 2016: Preparing for the first of our mark, release, recapture studies in Innisfail East