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Wanted Dead or Alive: Aedes Scapularis

Using Citizen Science and AI to Track Deadly and Invasive Mosquitoes

Mosquito populations are traditionally tracked through specimens found in traps, then identified by expert entomologists or DNA analysis. But these surveillance methods take time, and are hard to scale. A new project led by the University of South Florida in partnership with the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars' Science and Technology Innovation Program (STIP), The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES), and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), seeks to develop a better solution.

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At the Crossroads: COVID-19, Racism, and Disinformation

The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars invites you to join us for a program that will shed light on this convergence, by examining the impact disinformation has had on Asian American communities, and its impact on our global standing. What has been the impact of disinformation on Asian Americans? How are certain groups targeted in disinformation? What has been the impact of these trends on diplomatic relations with Asian countries as well as US standing in the region?

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Fresh From CTRL Forward, a blog of the Science and Technology Innovation Program

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RT @TheWilsonCenter: Tune in on Wednesday at 2 p.m. EDT as @WilsonSTIP and @wilsonCEF host a discussion about the challenges as the U.S and…