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Yes, these pictures are disturbing. But the diseases that disfigure people like this can be stopped. Here’s how:
Today, Bill and I were deeply humbled to accept France’s Legion of Honour award on behalf of all our foundation’s partners and grantees.
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Melinda’s work on behalf of women and girls inspires me every day. This is a beautiful piece:
I loved meeting these young people who are so passionate about fighting poverty:
I shared my thoughts about some horrific tropical diseases that affect > 1 billion people, and how we can help:
I’m excited to be in London talking about the importance of
in making the world a safer, healthier place:
It’s hard to pronounce these diseases, but it’s easy to understand why we should all care about them:
Not surprisingly, I agree: Thinking like a programmer helps you tackle all kinds of problems in life:
At first glance, it’s easy to miss the impact new innovations can have on the world. But look again—in
I’m excited about the potential of VR and I'll be sharing what I learn in my travels on a new
and me for a night of world-class tennis benefiting the Roger Federer Foundation:
I’ve been preparing for this moment my entire life:
Germophobes, rest easy...there are many benefits of bacteria:
There were some really big surprises in this fascinating book about microbes:
I’ve been traveling to China for nearly three decades. I learn something new every time I visit:
I was thrilled by the chance to be Stephen Hawking's new voice. Turns out a few others felt the same way...
on how cutting aid and diplomacy will make America weaker:
This is a game-changer for millions of kids. New rotavirus vaccine is cheaper & lasts months w/out refrigeration.
Retweeted by Bill Gates
What if sunlight could power your car? That’s the dream of this
professor and his research team.
An undeniable success…there are 11 million people with HIV who are alive today because of
I recently visited a lab doing super-cool energy work—a good reminder of why governments should sponsor R&D:
Why should the US spend money on foreign aid that could be spent at home instead? Here’s my answer:
Protecting Americans, preventing epidemics, strengthening markets, saving lives: aid delivers phenomenal benefits...
A mind-blowing fact…more energy from the sun hits the Earth in one hour than humans use in an entire year.
I just visited a lab that is working on an energy miracle:
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