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Mark Sutcliffe MBE
David Bunnell was one of the pioneers of the PC industry. I’m sad to learn of his death:
Great to be on campus at
yesterday. These students shared some bright ideas on how to power our future.
What makes mosquitoes so deadly? I explore this question in my latest video...
What is the world’s deadliest animal? The answer might surprise you:
What makes a great leader? I share my thoughts here:
Here are four breakthroughs I believe we can accomplish over the next decade:
This chart makes me optimistic that we can end extreme poverty once and for all:
Life expectancy is one of the great stories in
's Visual History of Global Health:
When you come to South Africa, you can’t help but be filled with hope and optimism:
What is the secret to American innovation? Two very important letters:
I always feel humbled and inspired by my travels. I just wish others could come along:
Canada, your support of
is so remarkable I just had to give
Travel with me (virtually) to South Africa and see how they are fighting HIV:
Interesting. This student's invention could help save millions of lives:
Africa is special to me. I recently returned to see its progress in the fight against AIDS:
Nate Bowling has a brilliant approach to making his subject matter relevant to his students:
Nate Bowling is committed to making his classroom a place his students want to be:
TB is one of the world’s most devastating diseases. India is crucial to the global fight.
Melinda explains why gender diversity helps create better companies and better products:
Happy Birthday, Warren. Everyone should be lucky enough to have a friend like you.
“Never underestimate the power of nerddom.”
is proud to call himself a nerd:
project that inspires you and we’ll double your donation.
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.
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