Mass-rearing and mass-releasing sterile insects is a technique to eliminate harmful insects or to transform a species so that it no longer carries disease. Rear… Read more »
Barukh Rohde is a PhD student in Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Florida and a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow. His research areas are in electronic interventions to combat insect invasions, and in using them to teach electrical engineers. Barukh has visited 61 countries and has conducted research in six continents, including a three-month stint in northeastern Australia.
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- Making it cheaper to track genetically-modified mosquito releases - 6th September 2019