Derric Nimmo, product development manager for British insect-control firm Oxitec, explains the process to alter the genes of Aedes aegypt mosquitoes in Oxitec’s lab at the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District’s Marathon location.
Derric Nimmo, product development manager for British insect-control firm Oxitec, explains the process to alter the genes of Aedes aegypt mosquitoes in Oxitec’s lab at the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District’s Marathon location. Larry Kahn Keynoter
Derric Nimmo, product development manager for British insect-control firm Oxitec, explains the process to alter the genes of Aedes aegypt mosquitoes in Oxitec’s lab at the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District’s Marathon location. Larry Kahn Keynoter

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