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    The MalariaWorld Journal is the first truly Open Access, peer reviewed, journal with an exclusive focus on malaria – where you don’t pay to publish and you don’t pay to read.
    The MalariaWorld Journal is the first truly Open Access, peer reviewed, journal with an exclusive focus on malaria – where you don’t pay to publish and you don’t pay to read.
  • Last week at MalariaWorld: Job, Funding, and food for thought
  • MMV Announces Call for Applications for Malaria Box Challenge Grants
    Grants will support researchers in following up on Malaria Box open source data, available on ChEMBL.
    Grants will support researchers in following up on Malaria Box open source data, available on ChEMBL.
  • NEW! Anonymous commenting...
    With many thousands of visitors to MalariaWorld each week, we wondered why only few of you ever comment on articles, blogs, forums, etc.
    With many thousands of visitors to MalariaWorld each week, we wondered why only few of you ever comment on articles, blogs, forums, etc.
  • Fake malaria drugs kill
    Stop the trade in fake malaria drugs and sign the petition at www.fakedrugskill.org
    Stop the trade in fake malaria drugs and sign the petition at www.fakedrugskill.org
  • 1950s strategy to control malaria on Zanzibar fails once more
    Four years ago, in 2009, I wrote an article for a Dutch newspaper (Bionieuws) with the title 'It is not yet time for a party on Zanzibar'. My article was a response to Tachi Yamada's blog on CNN 'Where have all the malaria patients gone?'. Yamada at...
    Four years ago, in 2009, I wrote an article for a Dutch newspaper (Bionieuws) with the title 'It is not yet time for a party on Zanzibar'. My article was a response to Tachi Yamada's blog on CNN '...
  • Cinderella science
    The guest blog below was contributed by Prof. Matt Thomas, of Penn State University. Read more about Professor Thomas here.
    Everybody would like to see the burden of malaria reduced and while there might be some disciplinary biases, most would agree...
    The guest blog below was contributed by Prof. Matt Thomas, of Penn State University. Read more about Professor Thomas here. Everybody would like to see the burden of malaria reduced and while there...
  • Ray Chambers: Saving The Lives Of 4 Million Children In 1,000 Days
    In a blog on LinkedIn yesterday, Ray Chambers, the Special Envoy for Malaria to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, sent out a public statement titled 'Saving the lives of 4 million children in 1000 days'. Making reference to the fact that the...
    In a blog on LinkedIn yesterday, Ray Chambers, the Special Envoy for Malaria to UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, sent out a public statement titled 'Saving the lives of 4 million children in 1000...
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