Communication about malaria areas and treatments is crucial so that people are aware of risks.
If we learn from COVID-19, there are three key areas to tackle to make cities safer from outbreaks of future infectious diseases.
We modelled surface water across Africa to show which parts of the continent are climatically-suitable for malaria – and how this will change.
Malaria can be transmitted from humans to gorillas, with devastating effects.
A novel mosquito repellent has been found to have a longer lifespan than those commercially available.
After an exceptional period of success in global malaria control, the progress has stalled. New strategies are needed to suit a variety of transmission patterns.
The history of malaria prevalence in Africa is a long term cycle of highs and lows. However, there's been little change in the high transmission belt that covers parts of West and Central Africa.
Stronger malaria prevention like a vaccine is urgently needed for effective response in endemic regions.
Eliminating malaria in Africa has been held back by a range of factors, including a lack of funds and drug and insecticide resistance challenges.
The simple use of a net intended to curb malaria by fishers has become a classic conservation problem.
Anopheles arabiensis is the world's most common, malaria-carrying mosquito. Now it's emerged that chickens emit an odour that can repel the deadly insects.
Scientists have discovered a second new compound that could eventually be developed into a medicine to help eradicate malaria.