Alphabet resorted to bacterial weapons, to the human biggest killer of war – Sohu is located in California science and Technology Park overlooking the Alphabet, the door is behind the entomologists biological safety laboratory grown mosquitoes, they played in the search giant, is to create automatic insect farm and hard work. This is a new project of Alphabet’s life sciences subsidiary Verily, they hope to release millions or even billions of mosquitoes after sterilization treatment, so as to control the spread of various regions including the United States, dengue and Zika virus. The plan received Alphabet support, including new equipment design and manufacture of mosquito breeding, research and development of geospatial tracking mosquito software, and plans to release from the experimental car in early test in the outskirts of mosquitoes. The difficult problem of public health seems to be unstoppable in Silicon Valley. Last month, Mark – Zuckerberg announced that he would come up with $3 billion over the next century to solve all the problems of the disease". This project involves the field of Verily is Microsoft tycoon Bill? Gates has been involved in, his foundation has invested $40 million for the eradication of dengue fever ", this is also related to the mosquito project, they are ready to start large-scale investment in Rio De Janeiro and Columbia of Medellin. The Verily project, which is still in its initial stage, is the crystallization of Linus (Linus Upson). As Google senior engineer, Upson is the former head of Chrome. "More people are killed by mosquitoes than any other animal, and now Google can solve the problem," Upson said. Zika virus and dengue fever is transmitted by Aedes aegypti mosquitoes, which widely in Latin America distribution, and there are signs of further spread. This year, the mosquito began to spread the virus in Miami, making it the first case in the United states. Verily announced the plan because they want to be able to cultivate their mosquitoes and a series of plans for field testing. Upson said: "although some areas of the United States people ask us for help, but if we really want to release in the real environment we breed mosquitoes, we must first and local people and departments to fully communicate. This is different from the ordinary network customer service." Mr Upson declined to comment on which region, city or country would be tested in the first place, and he said he was still negotiating with a cooperative group. As many of the "bet" of Alphabet, Verily and other three subsidiaries (Google, Fiber, anti ageing study company Calico and Nest) said, in the first half of 2016 have burned up $1 billion 600 million. Some investors say they need to be careful about the plans for the Silicon Valley giant’s mosquito farm. Alphabet’s life science subsidiary began a new venture, including the development of micro blood glucose meter相关的主题文章: