I do like insects, mostly. Just not leafcutter ants and malaria-carrying mosquitos. Dr. Stephen Hoffman of Rockville, Maryland, has developed the first really promising malaria vaccine, which with luck will be in production in four years or so. It suffers from the disadvantage that it requires five intravenous doses and must be refrigerated in transit, but it's a lot better than the nothing we had before. While we're on the subject, here is some amazing video of a mosquito's "needle" rooting around for a blood vessel under the skin.