Last week I pondered over what it is that makes new tools or technologies become mainstream in malaria control and elimination. Read the editorial here. Regretfully, I could not come up with a clear answer, but maybe you can - we welcome your comments.
As scientists we deliver new knowledge on malaria, but what is it that makes new inventions become mainstream? That's the question I am struggling with. And, do you consider it (also) our task to make sure that our new inventions are taken up by those practicing malaria control? Are we responsible for the valorisation of our own work?
I am curious how you think about this...
Enjoy this week's MalariaWorld - the MW team.