Researchers at the CSIR have begun screening thousands of synthetic compounds in an effort to identify those that might form the basis for a new generation of drugs that will be able to permanently disrupt the life-cycle of the malaria parasite in order to eventually eradicate the disease, rather than to treat or cure it. […]
Towards malaria eradication: Exploiting advances in disease modelling to develop a novel generation of drugs against malaria transmission
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Every second year, the CSIR dedicates two days to its ‘Science real and relevant’ conference to share research progress, breakthroughs and impact in an open forum.