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  • Stop Malaria

    How would you like to implement a health programme to help control malaria? In this game, you'll help to control and reduce the number of people affected by malaria in a village in Africa. You'll carry out a programme based on prevention, investment in new treatments and research projects in order to try to eradicate the disease.

  • Working for a malaria-free world

    Malaria is a disease which causes a great deal of personal suffering, but is also a great social and economic burden on poor countries. The video shows how the disease is spread and how this can be prevented. 

  • Participate in the research to find a vaccine for HIV!

    In this experiment you'll be able to research a vaccine against HIV, designing the different phases of the experiment and visiting a virtual laboratory which will help you. Finally you'll find out more about the difficulties in finding a vaccine. 

  • Joining efforts to find the HIV vaccine

    What does current research into an HIV vaccine look like? In this video, scientists explain the characteristics a vaccine would need to have in order to be effective against HIV, and why that is not so simple. A similar vaccine could be used to combat other infectious diseases.

  • Investigate a malaria vaccine

    How would you like to investigate the different parasite proteins in this laboratory to find out which provokes the strongest immune response? This is the vaccine candidate we're looking for! You'll travel around the world to find different blood samples in order to carry out your experiment. 

  • Facing an underestimated malaria

    What is being done to investigate malaria spread by a parasite that isn't the most widespread? How does a pregnant woman's body respond to infection? A pair of researchers present a new project into how the immune systems responds to infection in pregnant women and newborn babies. The aim is to find a vaccine candidate or a marker for the disease.

  • A shelter from malaria

    Different researchers explain a new research project which aims to find the best candidate as a vaccine against malaria. The project investigates the mechanisms by which the vaccine works against malaria in order to try to find a key to fixing this worldwide problem.