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Knols worked at the International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology (ICIPE) in Nairobi for 5 years three of them leading the malaria program at a field station in Mbita Point Kenya on the shores of Lake Victoria In 2003 he joined the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna which has a long-running research program that uses radiation to create sterile insects which can help reduce natural populations He went back to WUR in 2006 "Everything in my life involves mosquitoes They’re my passion" Knols writes on his website "I love to research them But I prefer to eliminate them" His torrent of proposals for doing so elicits mixed reactions "He is adopting a bit of a shotgun approach" says LSTM entomologist Philip McCall "Maybe if he had fewer refined weapons he might press people more" to try them But Andreas Rose an entomologist at Biogents a company in Regensburg Germany sees his prolific creativity as a strength though he notes that Knols at times unwittingly adopts other people’s ideas as well "He’s like a composer who maybe has heard a melody on the radio that he then incorporates in his work" Rose says Knols’s media presence has raised eyebrows among colleagues and some find him too alarmist He often warns about the threat of epidemics and exotic mosquitoes; when the Asian bush mosquito (Aedes japonicus) showed up in the Netherlands for instance Knols said it might be able to transmit Zika and if so a major door-to-door eradication effort would be called for "Sometimes we are watching with surprise how strongly he asserts things" a spokesperson for the Dutch National Institute for Public Health and the Environment told the newspaper NRC Handelsblad After looking at some houses we just sat down in the shade of a mango tree and started brainstorming Andreas Rose entomologist at Biogents in Regensburg Germany Knols is an admirer of Fred Soper a legendary US scientist at The Rockefeller Foundation who in the late 1930s helped Brazil get rid of a massive infestation of Anopheles gambiae Africa’s main malaria vector An authoritarian figure Soper hired thousands of workers in a military-style campaign to fumigate buildings and treat breeding sites with a poison called Paris green "Soper had the willpower the passion the energy and the leadership qualities necessary to carry out a campaign in such a large area" Knols wrote in a 2009 book He is a force to be reckoned with himself "He is uncompromising and he pushes a singular Knolsian view of the world" McCall says "His approach to getting traction is to really push ideas hard" Thomas says—and sometimes the rhetoric gets ahead of the science "His contribution is as an agent of change and someone who is trying to shake the system up" His stint at ICIPE ended in a dramatic fashion after he accused a fellow scientist of misconduct a claim then-ICIPE Director-General Hans Herren dismissed Herren says he fired Knols for insubordination and called in the police after Knols blocked the main entrance at Mbita Point essentially trying to take control of the station "It was a pity really because Knols had great ideas But you can only tackle malaria by working together" Knols says Herren must be confused about the 14-year-old incident: "I never ever was involved in any protests or demonstrations" he says Both say they have since buried the hatchet Irish entomologist Gerry Killeen resigned from ICIPE at the same time to protest Knols’s dismissal "Am I always thrilled about the way Bart approaches myself or other people No But it doesn’t mean that he’s wrong" he says Killeen now at the Ifakara Health Institute in Dares Salaam Tanzania says Knols fostered a great atmosphere at Mbita Point "People felt they were really doing something; that they could make a contribution develop as scientists and compete globally" Knols’s most ambitious project so far brought both his talents and problems into sharp focus In 2012 In2Care partnered with Biogents Penn State and others on an EU-funded project to develop a new way to kill mosquitoes The partners met in Tanzania in February 2013 to discuss the project "After looking at some houses we just sat down in the shade of a mango tree and started brainstorming" Rose recalls One result was what’s now called the "eave tube" African houses often have open eaves which mosquitoes use as an entryway The idea was to brick off these openings and install a few polyvinyl chloride or PVC tubes open to the outside to allow mosquitoes in; inside the house the tubes are closed off by an electrostatic netting coated with an insecticide An eave tube a PVC tube with an insecticide-coated net inside Scientists hope that fitting houses with such tubes can drive down malaria Manon Bruininga The concept unites several ideas Instead of a chemical attractant it uses the humans in the house as bait The netting—originally developed to filter pollen out of the air—gives insecticide particles an electric charge making them stick better to the insects The idea is "brilliant" Killeen says "I wish I had thought of that" In 2014 the first eave tubes were tested in houses in Tanzania After the EU project ended the partners secured $10 million from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for a randomized controlled trial in Ivory Coast In 20 villages houses are being equipped with eave tubes while villagers receive insecticide-treated bed nets; 20 other villages get only bed nets The team will test blood samples from 50 to 60 kids per village for malaria every 2 weeks Results should be in by 2019 It would seem like the chance of a lifetime for Knols—an opportunity to see at least one plan all the way through a large trial But his apparent conflict with In2Care has made further involvement unlikely The company says Knols is no longer working for it but its co-founders—including two younger entomologists trained at WUR—declined to answer questions Knols himself says he will leave in the near future but provided no details "I’m a man who is constantly on the search for new things and I explore things" he says "And that is not always what other people like—let’s put it that way" In his 2009 book Knols drew a sobering conclusion about his academic work until then "I doubt whether the knowledge I added has saved the life of even one African child" he said Seven years later he’s more optimistic: With the traps and the eave tube project "I strongly feel that we have made contributions to public health improvement" But much more is possible he says The problem with today’s mosquito control is that it suffers from too much talking and increasingly relies on "community participation" which is difficult to sustain Knols wrote in his book; he scorned Aruba where during a dengue outbreak schoolchildren were given a note asking their parents to remove mosquito breeding sites around the home "Soper. would have cleaned up this entire island of fewer than 200 square kilometers within a few months" he lamented That’s why in 2010 he co-founded another company Soper Strategies which seeks to combine his hero’s approaches with modern technology to rid islands or entire countries of their mosquito populations in "meticulously planned elimination campaigns executed with military precision and discipline" as the website puts it Candidate countries include Cape Verde South Africa and Saudi Arabia Knols hoped to use Aruba to show that elimination Soper-style can work but failed to secure the funding Other clients have yet to come forward Knols believes it’s just a matter of time In his book he even wondered whether "one day soon a new Soper will stand up" It seemed clear who he had in mind (Image resized for web) VSCO,they say the structure of white matter connected to this area is also linked to this process of introspection. 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