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Did you know that only 18% of computer science graduates in the U.S. are women?
Retweeted by Bill Gates
He had me at “nerd farmer.” What I learned from WA State Teacher of the Year Nate Bowling:
is right. The headlines don’t always show it, but there’s a lot to be optimistic about.
Why did I offer up my arm to hungry mosquitoes? Find out on my World
This great chart from
maps all of the energy use in the U.S.:
My 4th grade teacher made it okay for me to be a messy, nerdy boy who loved to read books:
A great teacher can change your life. For me, that teacher was Mrs. Caffiere:
Happy birthday, Melinda. Here’s to many more years of dancing together!
Here’s a great investment. Stellar
from one of my favorite sites:
This book reminded me of all the things I love about science fiction:
Open-source collaboration between scientists could become a drug discovery catalyst:
Clean-energy breakthroughs don’t happen by chance. We need long-term investments in R&D:
What is life like without electricity? In rural Tanzania, only one in 10 people have access…
In 1910, there were 2.3 cars for every 100 homes. By 1930, nearly every household had one:
This chart illustrates one of the biggest challenges facing science today...
In my latest book review, I explain why I’m hopeful about the future of American innovation:
Nelson Mandela is one of my heroes. I share his optimism about Africa’s future:
There are many reasons to be optimistic, but we haven’t turned the corner on AIDS...
I’ll never forget the first time I met
. It’s been an amazing 25 years:
Warren Buffett loves to play the ukulele. He asked me to sing along in our first
25 years ago today. We’ve been laughing & learning together ever since:
Beautiful map showing progress against malaria—and how much work we still have to do.
I’m a big fan of
. It’s great to see him support the fight to
Fantastic research is going on to make batteries better and more affordable:
Millions of people with HIV are receiving treatment, & the Global Fund is a big reason why:
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