How the three-dimensional structure of the giant Cafeteria roenbergensis virus suggests a new mode of assembly, and the apparent elimination of dengue fever in an Australian city by release of mosquitoes harboring Wolbachia.

Published in TWiV
Sunday, 01 July 2018 20:12

Keep virology weird - TWiV 500

The entire TWiV team visits The University of Texas in Austin to record episode #500 with guests Jinny Suh, Jason McLellan, and Jon Huibregtse.

Published in TWiV

Recorded at Vaccines in the 21st Century, a meeting held at the University of California, Irvine, Stacy Schultz-Cherry, Douglas Diekema, and Andrew Noymer talk about vaccine facts and fiction.

Published in TWiV

How the success of vaccines has ironically contributed to the rise of the anti-vax movement, how the way scientists talk about vaccines is important to increase vaccination rates, and the autism-vaccine controversy.

Published in microTalk
Monday, 29 January 2018 18:57

Ticks and Sandflies Suck!

Controlling vector-borne disease by vaccines that target pathogen transmission, and the impact of global warming on vector-borne disease.

Published in microTalk

How does biological sex influence influenza infection and vaccination?

Peter Hotez talks about neglected tropical diseases: what are they, where are they found, and where did the term “neglected tropical disease” come from, anyway?

Thursday, 07 December 2017 12:21

Dark fermentation - TWiM 166

The reason for poor efficacy of one of the influenza virus vaccines, and using a hyperthermophilic anaerobe to produce hydrogen from fruit and vegetable wastes in seawater.

Published in TWiM
Monday, 11 September 2017 12:30

Saliva of the fittest - TWiV 458

An imported case of yellow fever in New York City, and how a dengue virus subgenomic RNA disrupts immunity in mosquito salivary glands to increase virus replication.

Published in TWiV
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