Starting today, British biotech firm Oxitec will begin releasing genetically modified mosquitoes in Florida and soon in Texas.
Its creator claims it can "neutralize" two mosquitoes per second.
New technology might allow for a manmade extinction of the malaria-carrying pest.
When state officials announced last week that they'd captured mosquitoes infected with Zika, it was by using these scientists' traps.
By tricking the immune system into fighting the disease, the researchers have completely cured mice. And made them immune to reinfection.
She went home with a ceramic trophy and a monumental number of itchy welts.
Mosquito Alert allows Spaniards to report sightings of the Tiger mosquito, helping local authorities stamp out their spread.
CDC has changed the way it monitors and reports pregnant women with Zika virus to include those who tested positive for the virus but never had symptoms.
With the 100-day countdown to the Rio de Janeiro Olympics under way, new figures show the state has three times the national average for Zika infections.
Controversial gene editing techniques aren't the only option.