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BugBitten celebrates its 3rd birthday this month, so lets look back at some of our memorable blogs and the people behind these blogs...
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The mobile phone has rapidly morphed into a device with multiple uses and is set to become a useful tool for the diagnosis of… Read more »
In this blog, Ripudaman K Bains reflects on her personal experience of life as a field malariologist.
500 year old toilet in Jerusalem reveals clues about long-distance trade and travel in the medieval period
A recent study led by Dr Piers Mitchell from Cambridge University’s Division of Biological Anthropology suggests that parasites… Read more »
We are delighted to announce our first birthday. BugBitten was launched exactly a year ago today as a blog for the… Read more »
It’s nearly summer, and the time when lots of us in the northern hemisphere head off for our holidays in search of sun and fun.… Read more »
The recent Parasites and Vectors blog by Vera Unwin picked up on the attention given by the media to the encouraging announcements… Read more »
The latest results from the RTS,S Phase III trials have fuelled considerable excitement from the media, with talk of the… Read more »
With the announcement of approval to market for its new malaria medication SynriamTM the Indian pharmaceutical company Ranbaxy… Read more »