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Brock scientist on Quirks and Quarks Saturday

Brock scientist on Quirks and Quarks Saturday

If you’ve ever been curious about what male mosquitos eat, Brock researcher Fiona Hunter is happy to help answer that question.

A look inside the Cairns containment lab

A look inside the Cairns containment lab

The Brock News got what’s soon to be a rare glimpse inside the Level 3 containment lab in the Cairns Complex.

Larviciding to happen on campus this summer

Larviciding to happen on campus this summer

From June 17 to Sept. 13, 2013 Brock University will run a larviciding program under the authority of the Region’s Medical Officer of Health to control larval mosquitoes and prevent the possible spread of West Nile virus.

Application of larvicide for mosquito control set to start

Application of larvicide for mosquito control set to start

From June 18 to Sept. 30, 2012, Brock University will conduct a larviciding program under the authority of the Medical Officer of Health, Regional Municipality of Niagara, to control larval mosquitoes in order to prevent their development into vectors of West Nile virus.

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