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Congratulations to
MRF's 2015 Grant Recipients


William Walton, Ph.D., University of California, Riverside
"Biorational Control of Mosquitoes in Underground Storm Drains”

Robert K. D. Peterson, Ph.D., Montana State University
“Risks to Pollinating Bees from Adult Mosquito Control”

Lark L. Coffey, Ph.D., University of California, Davis
“Exploiting Sugar Feeding to Improve Mosquito-borne Virus Surveillance”

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