What do plague, Malaria and Chikungunya have in common?
These diseases and many others—or more precisely the causal agents responsible—are spread by 'vectors'. A vector is a transmission agent for microscopic organisms that cause diseases; these are spread to humans and animals by biting. The exhibition shows a broad range of vectors and also discusses the research conducted by scientists to gain better knowledge of them in order to organise control.
This exhibition has been devised and produced by IRD with the support of the European project MediLabSecure.
> 17 banners display / 14 formats 80 x 180 cm, 3 formats 80 x 90 cm
> Eyelets on upper and lower edges and stabilizing bars
Exhibition available in French, English, Serbian, Macedonian, Armenian, Arabic, Portugese. For more information, please send an email to [email protected] .
You can view pictures of the exhibition at different locations and in different languages on our flickr page.