Astrophysicist Takes on World's Deadliest Bug

April 11 (Bloomberg) –- Szabolcs Marka is an astrophysicist at Columbia University. But he no longer studies black holes and dark matter -- these days he runs a mosquito farm. With a million dollars in funding from the Gates Foundation, he is developing a new kind of mosquito net using solar energy and infrared light. He hopes that one day this "space age" technology could help eradicate malaria altogether. Bloomberg's Willem Marx explains. (Includes footage from upcoming documentary "Mosquito.") (Source: Bloomberg)

Bini Smaghi: ECB Decision Won’t Be Related to Italy
29:59 - Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, chairman at Societe Generale, explains why public money may be necessary to solve the problems of Monte Paschi as he sees no contagion spreading at the moment from Italy to the rest of Europe. Bini Smaghi believes the Italian referendum will not impact this week's European Central bank decision. He speaks with Bloomberg's Francine Lacqua on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Video updated to correct on-screen graphic.) (Source: Bloomberg)
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