George Dimopolous

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

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Brazil is flooded with soccer teams and fans during the 2014 World Cup, but there’s another new visitor likely to go unnoticed to most football revelers: a genetically engineered…

Engineering Mosquitoes to Fight Disease

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