The life sciences arm of Google's parent company Alphabet plans to release 20 million bacteria-infected mosquitoes in Fresno, California, in the hope of wiping out aedes aegypti mosquitoes potentially carrying the Zika virus.
By Kevin Loria Verily, the life sciences branch of Alphabet (Google’s parent company), has started releasing millions of mosquitoes in California. The team... S.China Morning Post - TechnologyAlso reported by •Newsmax •euronews
Today, Verily — formerly Google Life Sciences — began releasing bacteria-infected male mosquitoes in Fresno, California.
The release marks the launch of... The Verge - TechnologyAlso reported by •S.China Morning Post