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Really exciting… Real-time advice and market intelligence are helping African farmers succeed: b-gat.es/1pgPnsu pic.twitter.com/p2O0YFWlLi
Ebola “continues to claim lives, but there are glimmers of good news.” @TheEconomist b-gat.es/1pgOm3F pic.twitter.com/DlG9kRuqyK
What’s working for college students taking online courses? I went to Arizona to find out: b-gat.es/1AjvLHY pic.twitter.com/htlmlG12Hm
How mobile money could help people in poor countries be more self-sufficient: b-gat.es/10RQi72 pic.twitter.com/ZXlv2owwZa
Some creative South Africans made a backpack that doubles as a lamp for evening homework b-gat.es/1xft5tV @qz pic.twitter.com/m3ds4WEbow
Dr. Ada Igonoh survived Ebola in Lagos. Her moving story shows health workers at their best: b-gat.es/10WY6Ew pic.twitter.com/0jaX04EAQr
Great meeting Angela Merkel- phenomenal to have support for global health w/Germany’s G7 agenda, @gavi & child health pic.twitter.com/cItuN5AgVb
Just spoke to @UKHouseofLords about progress on Ebola, malaria & other diseases. A real honor. pic.twitter.com/sRFtQVHhyZ
Glad to see this story told. How Nigeria's anti-polio efforts armed it to fight Ebola: b-gat.es/1shmtnI @NPR pic.twitter.com/rWCCaxOefl
Cologne for cattle and other weapons to fight bugs: b-gat.es/1Ee5F8Q pic.twitter.com/rcEqkBu0dU
4 great reads on disease, including a book by one of my heroes: b-gat.es/1tvf9rE pic.twitter.com/R561Pqvp9G
We’re in a position to eradicate #malaria within a generation. Here’s how: b-gat.es/1nThFZ8 #TropMed14 pic.twitter.com/B2EnNMsAHO
Work by a team @UCSF could help predict and prevent the spread of malaria: b-gat.es/1wbo6IQ pic.twitter.com/Pmvthc95iX
This Hungarian astrophysicist is trying to fight malaria with curtains made of light: b-gat.es/1rS5AQt via @ozy pic.twitter.com/LvOhZ3EEnk
How many Africans live w/in reach of electricity but don’t have it? More than you might think: b-gat.es/1wEsksn pic.twitter.com/KLpLh7LmHm
Most poor farmers’ tools haven’t changed in ages. These 4 inventions are making a difference: b-gat.es/1wA8DRB pic.twitter.com/hJV2H5GBsc
From FDR to children in Pakistan and Afghanistan, @TIME reflects on the fight to end polio: b-gat.es/1CYlXSJ pic.twitter.com/6g9qb2QyIG
Phenomenal. @PaulGAllen is committing $100 million to #TackleEbola. Here’s how you can help: b-gat.es/1ozlLX0 pic.twitter.com/bs8nDQcWCa
Fewer go hungry than ever—but malnutrition is still a problem in some countries: b-gat.es/1uGJKA7 via @guardian pic.twitter.com/iHySNoSriZ
At @Cornell they’re using genetics—but not genetic engineering—to improve crops: b-gat.es/1zl0UeK pic.twitter.com/UYKYyt3T2z
My favorite part of visiting @Cornell? Learning about the love life of plants: b-gat.es/1x9ve6s pic.twitter.com/jwRsFLsjkp
Life’s gotten remarkably better for the world’s poor. Explore this data playground to see how: b-gat.es/1sJd8Jm pic.twitter.com/5Qhf9AJogq
Great visualization b-gat.es/1w2PtCI. Shows #Ebola spreads slower, is more fatal than other diseases. pic.twitter.com/OBBg8C79TM
When markets fail, philanthropy can step in. Lessons from 10 yrs of Grand Challenges: b-gat.es/1vPgA4Q pic.twitter.com/nprGeIzHro
.@narendramodi has India talking about toilets—and that’s a great thing. b-gat.es/1ujMrLG pic.twitter.com/RI0rxyxDUY